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Old 08-07-2004, 11:38 AM   #1
Yacuzaboss
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Fedora (yarrow) Instal problems on a Proliant 5000


I am having problems with X86. For some reason when setting up Fedora it automaticaly assumes that my machine is headless so it wont install any of the packages I need to get the GUI's to work. There is supposed to be an update for XFree86 but I cant figure out where it is or how to update it.
It seems like the XF86 files just dont exist anywhere. I have installed sevral times and reburned media so I know thats not it. Evrery time I look for XF86Config it says No such file or directory found.

Are there any Proliant 5000/Fedora sucess stories out there anywhere?


The penguins are slowly stealing my sanity.
 
  


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