Don't worry, it maybe not too late to recover the good X config that run successfully before ;-)
You should see like XF86Config.saxsave or XF86Config.YaST2save ...
rename that to XF86Config e.g.
mv XF86Config.saxsave XF86Config
This is the key for X to work. Other config file that may have effect is in
open this with pico or mc to have
You should make these 2 config files configured properly. If sax2 or xf86config fails do it by hand e.g. using pico (read the manual on
In a worst case you should downgrade your XFree86
Have fun :-)