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  1. #11

    Thnx for the replys guys, But I tried bidi's advice, and went with "/dev/psaux" and it worked!
    Thanks

    Now I'm in KDE, But I have no Network , Nor does it reconize my video card(640 res, I can't change it)

    But i'll look around for the answers, Thanks guys

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    Look in your xorg.conf file for the Monitor and and the Graphics Device section, to see what they are set at.
    In the monitor section, make sure that the vertical and horizontol refresh rates are the way you set them.
    In the Graphics device section, look for your resolution settings, adjust them if necesarry.
    Add them with your favorite text editor.

    Code:
    Subsection "Display"
            Depth       16
            Modes       "1024x768" "800x600" "640x480"
            ViewPort    0 0
        EndSubsection
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    i would love to know what kind of mouse he is using, what kind of bus it is set up for....etc.
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    Thank You!!

    Quote Originally Posted by the ex View Post
    darkstar is normal...

    it should say darkstar login, then you enter your username. root if you dont have any users and then your pass, if you didnt set up a pass then its blank

    then it should say user@darkstar# and thats where you enter startx
    Yay!! This worked for me!! Thank you thank you thank you.

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