[CLUG] latest progress
fixer at vigilante.net
Thu Nov 15 19:24:39 GMT 2001
I can set up multiple usable reolutions with Xconfigurator, but where am
I given the option of which of those to use?
Ctrl+ or - do nothing here.
I don't mind it booting directly into X, that was just a mention in case
there were different dotfiles at work...
So far, I am still revelling in the speed increase over Win2k, and
probably won't feel too much of a hit with 512mb ram.
thanks for the attempt, Charles
On Thu, 2001-11-15 at 19:17, Steele, Charles wrote:
> With RedHat it is Xconfigurator,
> This is a application that will allow you to choose your resolution. I think
> you can also use Ctrl+ or - to change your resolution (on the fly in X).
> BTW you will have to edit the run level to a default of 4 (/etc/inittab) to
> stop it booting straight into ><. before you reconfigure the resolution.
> One problem of using Gnome etc is the amount of memory that they use. I have
> found Xfce very good, if you fancy lightening fast response.
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