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Ärende: Re: gdm3  - cant find X confige file
Från:   Camaleón <noelamac@gmail.com>
Datum:   Ti, 2011-08-02, 15:17
Till:    "Debian [en]" <debian-user@lists.debian.org>
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El 2011-08-02 a las 14:18 +0200, Johan Berntsson escribió:

(resending to the list)

> Camaleón skrev:

(...)

> >> Does I need to make an X confige file or?
> >
> > That will depend on what's the specific driver complaint :-)
> >
> > Since squeeze there is no more "an X conf file". You can however, create
> > a new one under the usual place "/etc/X11/xorg.conf", so if the driver is
> > fine just with that then make it happy...

> just that it was for linux.
>
> it was no errors just that the script didnt found the X confige file

Ah, then you can omit that, if anything else just works...

> am reading about  X11 configurartion and ghome  has it own  files  for the
> X window.

I dunno what you mean by this. GNOME (as any other DE) uses Xorg
settings. And vga drivers tend to search for a "/etc/X11/xorg.conf"
file.

> i will   try to make an x conf  file and  see what happends
>
> think its something else and about the invida pre  installed driver.

But despite the warning about not finding the x config file, are you
getting any error, is the driver installed, what does xorg log say? :-?

Greetings,

-- 
Camaleón


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Now I'm wondering what to do.

Then the installation script didnt found the xorg.conf

it wrote an new xorg.conf

now i have tested with this new file and the Gdm3 will not start

Seems to be alot difficult to install an other graphic driver.




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