Just restart the X server and it will be unloaded.
Ok... maybe this is a dumb question and I'm just in the dark about this, but how do I restart the X server on Fedora 2 or 3 without restarting the entire system? It doesn't have a text boot mode, it's graphical all the time. Logging out still keeps the X server running and has a graphical login screen, so you never have to run a 'startx' to get into graphical mode.
Again, maybe this is obvious and I'm just not seeing it... if someone could point me in the right direction, I'd appreciate it!
Thanks for the tips!
Edit: NVM, I got it working now. For some reason, just editing the xorg.conf file and logging off wasn't doing it. But, if I edit the file, then make a resolution change (even if I don't change anything), causing it to make a new xorg.conf file, then it works by just logging out and logging back in. Weird, but at least it works. Thanks!