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hello all after reading a few posts about changing your xwin resolution i've managed to hoop the system. Please keep in mind i've had the system running for a few weeks so i'm as green as a martian here.
here is where i'm at. When before i played with things the systems went straight into xwin. Now i get the login command line. From there if i type in startx i get an error. I've screwed up my rez settings and now want to put them back. The prob is i'm a long time MS windows guy so i have no idea what program i type in to edit the file from the command line. I can find the file but cant edit it. If it was does i would edit:\filename here. Can someone tell me what program i use from the command line to edit the file.xf86config-4?