your best bet would probably be to use the vesa driver. login and type
and enter your root password that you set up when u installed rh. edit the X config file, type:
note that capitalization is important in *nix (Linux, etc.). go to the line that says driver and change it so that it reads
instead of whatever the current setting is. note that vi is a little unintuitive. you need to press the INSERT key to edit the text and press the ESCAPE key to get back to operational mode. save the config file by typing while in operational mode:
exit vi by typing:
attempt to start the x server, type:
if the changes were effective, you should be in the x environment. also, make sure that your monitor can handle the resolution settings in the lower portion of the XF86Config file. if it can't, edit out some of the higher resolutions.