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Started using linux a month or 2 back. I'll get to the point. Glxinfo sais im using Agp 1x. Im using a Radeon 9000 and want to use 4x. I know the command I need to use Option "AgpMode" "4" but when I try to edit the file (xf86config) in etc/x11 it sais read-only and to add ! to override but i cant save the added line. Im sure this is a common problem for new users I tried different searches on google and here for a while but didnt find my simple answer. Forgot to add im using Redhat 9 and I have all the text writers (like emacs and all the others that come with redhat) but none let me save. Thanks in advance.