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Debian is how i went.... now if only i can figure out why x works one boot, and not the next. grr............
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    Debian is how i went.... now if only i can figure out why x works one boot, and not the next. grr.........

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    open /var/log/XFree_bla_bla.log
    look for lines starting with [EE]
    Have a nice day

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    Ok, there are literally like 50 diffrent things that say somthing along the lines of
    (II) NEOMAGIC(0): Not using default mode "*insert mode here*" (vrefresh out of range)
    Also there are vrefresh out of range errors, unknown reasons, bad mode/clock/interlace/doublescan.

    i think for some reason it cant seem to find a proper refresh rate anywhere. Anyone know of a database of refresh rates for lcds?

    The only error lines actually have to do with the two mouse port setup to allow the plugging in of an external mouse.

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    (II) lines are only information.ignore them.
    try changing your vga driver to vesa
    this may halp.
    Have a nice day

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    Ok. Thanks. Will do.

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