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Old 09-20-2002, 05:07 AM   #1
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How to Configure X server (RedHat 7.2)


Does anybone know how to configure x server (change resolution to 800x600) without usin Xconfigurator. My problem is that I am running Linux RedHat on Virtual PC 5. There is some difficulaties in using Xconfigurator there. If you would know how to change resolution using Graphical User Inrerface -- I would really appreciate.

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