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    Wink Redhat Linux Enterprices 5 Screen Resolution Problems


    I Intalled Linux In Default Setting After Inatallation I Cannot See Any Thing In The Monitor.its Completely Black Out ... But I Can Feel The Thing Running. Icannot Even Setup My Root Setups Because After The Installtion Is 100% The Linux Started And When The Text Part That Shows On The Linux Startup Is Over Nothing Is Visible In The Monitor

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    You have to reconfigure display settings.
    Boot up in Command Line Mode. Highlight RedHat title in GRUB Menu using up/down arrow keys and press 'e'. Select kernel line and press 'e' again. Type 3 and hit Enter key. Press 'b'.

    Highlight RedHat title -- e -- select kernel line -- e -- type 3 -- hit Enter key -- b.
    Fedora will boot up in Command Line Mode and drop you at command line prompt.
    Execute this
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    su -
    system-config-display
    Reconfigure display settings and reboot machine.
    Code:
    shutdown -r now
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    Mine Is Redhat Linux Enterprises 5... Any Way Iam Going For It. Thaks For The Help

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    I have posted instructions for RHEL only. Do let me know how it goes.
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