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  1. #1

    Screen problem NEED HELP

    I have Linux redhat 9.0 installed on my NEC Versa SX and I can't
    seam to get the screen to get bigger it won't go it says "Display
    Settings changed You need to log out and restart the X server for
    the Changes to take effect." I can't figure out with the X server is.
    Can you please help me.

    NEC Versa SX
    128 Mb ram
    4.0 Gb Hard Drive
    Trident Cyber 9388 video chip (2Mb video ram)
    ESS Maestro 2E (ESS197 sound card
    14.1" TFT XGA display (1600x1200 maxamum Resolution)
    Pentium II 333Mz Processer

    Please help me.

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    Linux Guru kkubasik's Avatar
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    X server is simply the back end for graphical interfaces in Linux, if you rebooted your computer you will have restarted X-serve most likely. To further understand xserver just rember that it is a program, many linux distros open in command line and you login via text, then later you type
    to open kde/gnome
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