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Hmmm by default there is no xorg.conf on 11.2. Also where did the vmware and virtualbox entries come from??? A VM is a virtual machine. This is not normally in ...
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- 04-23-2010 #11
A VM is a virtual machine. This is not normally in a default install.
1) try renaming the /etc/X11/ xorg.conf file
boot into a terminal (press 3 at the boot screen then select the boot)
log on as root
mv /etc/X11/ xorg.conf /etc/X11/ xorg.conf.back
to start the gui
see if the helps. If not
2) boot into terminal, log to root (see above)
sax2 -r 0=intel (note that is a zero)
that will force the intel driver. and create a new and hopefully proper xorg.conf file.