Re: new list user
I think your problem will solve with this:
sudo dpkg-reconfigure -phigh xserver-xorg
El sáb, 02-12-2006 a las 16:51 -0500, steve reilly escribió:
> Having a problem with something stupid I did with one of my computers running
> debian etch. Using the computer primarily to serve 2 sites, a a blog, and a
> local LUG site..
> Took the drive out of one pc with a slower processor, and put it in a newer pc
> I built with an athlon sempron processor and 1 gig ram. Much, Much faster!!!
> The obvious problem is, X server no longer starts, as xorg.conf is tailored
> for the other computer.
> I edited xorg.conf, and changed the device to the name of my video card, which
> I copied identically from where it is listed with lspci, and changed the
> driver name to trident which is what the card is.
> it doesnt work, I know I have to change the screen too, but Im not sure where
> to get the correct info to put here. monitor type and such
> My question is, is there a utility to run that will re detect my video
> hardware, and build a new xorg.conf so I can use x on this computer? Im
> going crazy with different combinations of xorg.conf and cant get any to work
> thank you.