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Old 02-17-2009, 09:18 AM   #1
jcllings
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SOLVED Sax config shows up on non-existent screen


SLED 10 SP2 displays on wrong screen

The Sax2 configurator displays configuration dialogue on a screen that isn't plugged in or does not exist. This can also cause kdm or gdm to show up on the wrong screen leaving the user with the impression that X is not working right or that there is something wrong with the GUI.

Solution:
Use "-p" switch to find out which cards you have and then use "-c" switch to select one for sax.

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