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Before answering, please read this post first. Ok, I have just installed Slackware 10 and I can access root in Text/DOS mode. Basicly, all I need to do is configure ...
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    Help with configuring X server for use


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    Ok, I have just installed Slackware 10 and I can access root in Text/DOS mode. Basicly, all I need to do is configure X. The command seems to used to be xfree86 -configure or something like that (xf86config?) but neither seem to work. I have xorg.conf which seems to be something to do with it but I have no idea what to do with it. Im so very close, please dont dissapoint me now

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    you have xorg, so the command is xorgconfig

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    aha! It works! Thankyou

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