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Old 03-30-2002, 12:14 AM   #1
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Unhappy mcedit in 8.2 mandrake

upgraded from mandrake 8.1 to 8.2 need to edit my XF86Config-4 from term. but mcedit wont work says command not found worked in 8.1 whats up? nvidia driver failed to load .
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you probably just need to reinstall mcedit... or maybe it's time to learn vi
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In order to use mcedit you need to have midnight commander installed. Do 'mc" and see what happens.
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mc no command found ,shoudn`t mc install by default on an auto install? 8.1 it did!!!
i found a way around to fix x now up and running but no nvidia driver have to work on that.


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