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Hi folks , i installed the gentoo linux 2.6.31-r6 on my intel machine( i686 intel(r)) Pentium (r) 4 CPU 3.00Ghz GenuineIntel )..!!! after build the kernel ..cli is working fine ...
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    Xorg-configure & startx error


    Hi folks ,

    i installed the gentoo linux 2.6.31-r6 on my intel machine( i686 intel(r)) Pentium (r) 4 CPU 3.00Ghz GenuineIntel )..!!!
    after build the kernel ..cli is working fine
    then i starting with the XServer installation..
    after getting it ..when i typed
    #Xorg -configure
    it showd ..
    No supported AMD Display Adapter were found
    no device to configure...
    but my machine is intel machine hving intel corp 82865g intigreted graphics controler ....!!!!!1
    using startx command it showd
    failed to load module " dri2"

    failed to load module " intel"

    failed to load module " i810"

    failed to load module " vesa"

    failed to load module " fbdev"

    failed to load module " mouse"

    failed to load module " kdb"
    no driver available..!

    i configure the kernel supported with every feature it contains .....!!!!!

    i tnk the module i m installing is for amd machine or i select every option in the kernel configuration ,so that is creating the problem...!!!!!

    help me out..!!



    tnx '
    Dheeraj

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    if nothing else, gentoo has some of the best documentation ever

    Gentoo Linux Documentation -- The X Server Configuration HOWTO

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    I've been working with some issues on xorg and i remember that somewhere i read that the correct values for nvidia chipsets are generated installing the nvidia-driviers and with
    Code:
    nvidia-xconfig
    I don't know if you already tried this . Cheers.

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    OP has intel video card, so this is not going to help

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    Hi!
    would you please show us a result of command lspci -vvv .

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