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Well, that depends on what editors you installed. Of course, you could always run this: Code: cp /etc/X11/XF86Config /tmp/xcfg sed 's/"radeon"/"vesa"/' </tmp/xcfg >/etc/X11/XF86Config rm /tmp/xcfg That should take care of ...
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    Well, that depends on what editors you installed. Of course, you could always run this:
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    cp /etc/X11/XF86Config /tmp/xcfg
    sed 's/"radeon"/"vesa"/' </tmp/xcfg >/etc/X11/XF86Config
    rm /tmp/xcfg
    That should take care of it for you.

    Btw., RedHat has a command called redhat-config-xfree86. You might have luck with it.

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    YOU ARE THE MAN!!!

    ok this works, that was great, the more and more i use linux, the more i like it.

    ok im off to do some real user damage HA!

    thanks again

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    Note, however, that now you are using the vesa drivers, which aren't really too fast. If you want to get it fast, you should try checking out the latest radeon drivers from ATi's home page and see if they work better.

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