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Old 09-04-2003, 05:08 PM   #16
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heres the exact thread, just by chance you couldn't find it
 
Old 09-04-2003, 05:29 PM   #17
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now i have problem.. i have posted my CONFIG file...

i read forum and i dont have for expamlpe: "LOAD DRI" in my config file... pls can u write my what i shuld edit in my config file...
i know how to run linux in text-mode and edit text... but i dont know WHAT TO CHANGE I MY CONFIG FILE ((((

and i write when editing "/dri" and i see that I DONT HAVE ANY "DRI" in this file (
 
Old 09-04-2003, 08:52 PM   #18
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ok it just suggests if you have the following::
load "dri"
load "glcore"
then you should remove them....if they aren't there at all, then you can look at it as all the less you have to edit
so don't get hung up on stuff like that, if its not there to remove then its not there, and thats what is required...
so all you have to mainly do in your config is the following::
1) make sure the above lines i just mentioned are not there if they are put a pound sign (#) in front of the line or remove it all together....ex -- > #Load "dri"
2) make sure in the same section you have Load "glx" which i noticed in your config that you already have it, so again one less thing to worry about....
3) and lastly, change the line that says:
Driver "nv" to say Driver "nvidia"
....after all that is done, save the file return back to your normal user, and type startx and see if you suceeded ..
 
Old 09-05-2003, 04:38 PM   #19
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Angry i do that... and REINSTALLED MY SYSTEM :(

i done that what u say and... i reinstalled system..

i saw errors which say that i dont have GLX installed.. but i have!! i installed newest *.RUN from NVIDIA only error i get installing thet was that it not detected my krenel and dont installed things for kernel or something...

hmm i tryed XFREE 3.4.6 (i`m not sure about version.. but it was newest 3) with 3D acceleration and without it (normal mode) and it not worked for me.. XFREE 3 says that it "cant detect my VIDEO CARD (generic)"

i dont know what to do now...

if it all wont work i`m going to hang myself and switch to windows (( i like linux but i get there MANY errors (

is there a hope to me play FIGHT GEAR?
 
  


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