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Well, I changed something in the xf86config file, and the "no screens found" error has disappeared, but there's a new one: "Module load failure". What can be the problem here, and how can I solve this?
Okay, the problem seems to be fixed now on my normal pc.
I've tried to configure X-window on my laptop.
This one's pretty old, 233 mhz, 32 mb RAM, 2 mb video card... It's a Toshiba Satellite 4000 series
I did read the article mentioned above, and at the xserver configuring part there was nothing new for me.
I still get an error called "module load failure" now. I think that's because I couldn't find the horizsync of my monitor. I know that it can run with 800x600 and 85 hz (it seemed pretty much to me, but some information on the internet of the official toshiba site said that...)
So I have configured it all right, except maybe the horiz. sync. How can I find out what this should be?