As a "follow-up" to the Debian + X-window topic i post my next problem. After that i finally got x running i experience one nasty problem: after rebooting the comp ...
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1. ## X-"crash" at startup

As a "follow-up" to the Debian + X-window topic i post my next problem.

After that i finally got x running i experience one nasty problem:

after rebooting the comp the system starts x and the the screen looks something like this (with colors of course):

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Just twist it about 25 degrees to the left a there you have my screen.
The spaces between the lines is where the login window appears (i suppose). Beleive me when i tell u, this looks nasty, as i forgot to tell you that the picture is super distorted also.

Help ......

2. Did you set the horizontal/vertical refresh rates properly? Check /etc/XF86Config and scroll down to the part about refresh rates and make sure they are set properly for your monitor.

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