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Old 10-18-2001, 07:47 PM   #1
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xvidinit


cant remember if thats the correct name now, but its the x program which lets you change your screen width etc. my problem is i change it etc and get it how i like it, then once ive logged out and back in its back to the original and all my changes are lost. where to from here?
 
Old 10-22-2001, 03:57 AM   #2
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Re: xvidinit

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Originally posted by trapper
cant remember if thats the correct name now, but its the x program which lets you change your screen width etc. my problem is i change it etc and get it how i like it, then once ive logged out and back in its back to the original and all my changes are lost. where to from here?

I think that you are thinking of xvidtune

http://www.linuxcentral.com/linux/ma...idtune.1x.html

See what settings it recommends and edit your /etc/XF86Config to match.


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