it would help to know what distro you are using. mandrake has XFdrake but you do have to be root. also standard xconfig is xf86config this script will setup your video card, mouse, and monitor settings.
<I corrected a mistake, I put drakxconf in place of XFdrake, XFdrake is the proper cli mandrake XF86 config utility>
Last edited by brew1brew; 12-28-2003 at 04:09 AM.