[techtalk] xf86config....

Caitlyn Martin caitlyn at netferrets.net
Mon Dec 20 16:05:38 EST 1999

Hi, Walt,

Consider running XF86Setup, which is a nice, easy, graphical way to set up
your xf86config file.  When it starts up it will ask if it should use your
current file as the default, and simply answer "no" to start clean.  If you
don't have XF86Setup installed, it is on your Red Hat CD-ROM.

Good luck!

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