Re: LCD Terminal
On Saturday 20 March 2004 01:44 pm, Jeff Elkins wrote:
>On Saturday 20 March 2004 09:53 am, Tom Atkins wrote:
>> I have a new system, NO M$. Iinstalled Woody 3.0r1 from the disks I
>> ordered. Included X. When I was asked if I had a LCD I answered yes and
>> configured the H & V rates. As root when I do a start x it can not find a
>> correct configuration file. It thinks the terminal is a TV-2003. It is a
>> Microscan A708. The Mother board is a MSI Intel 845 G/GL/GE/PE/GV Chipset
>> based with on board Vidio and sound. Any help would be appreciated.
>This is one of the things a Knoppix or Mepis live CD is great for. Pop it
> in, then copy the resulting XFConfig-4 file somewhere safe.
On Saturday 20 March 2004 02:21 pm, you wrote:
>I am not familiar with these. What do they do and where are they available?
They are bootable CDs containing a working debian-based distribution. They are
handy for system repair, hardware diagnostics, etc. You can also install them
to your hard drive in lieu of a 'normal' debian install, but be aware that
the resulting installation isn't 'pure,' it will be somewhat different from a
straight debian install. For instance, under Mepis, su:root is allowed to run
X programs and the default runlevel is 5 rather than 2.
They come pre-loaded with KDE, Open Office, etc.