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re:xorg.conf messed up-fixed sort of.



>In addition to Charles' advice, I would say two
>things: First the
>driver's name is "nvidia" not "nvidea" like you wrote
>twice in your
>post.  Perhaps you spelled it incorrectly in you
>xorg.conf as well. 
>Second whenever you boot in rescue mode the program
>asks you if you 
>want
>to mount the filesystem.  It does so under
>/mnt/sysimage or something
>along those lines.  You can either chroot to that
>directory or just 
>edit
>/mnt/sysimage/etc/X11/xorg.conf.  Again I'm not 100%
>sure of the
>directory's name, but it will tell you if you mount
>the root 
>filesystem.
>
>Wayne Steenburg
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Thanks for pointing out my spelling error! That was my
mistake. I also couldn't see my  x11 folder because it
was supposed to be X11 folder, caps error too! I
changed the names of the my backup to xorg.conf after
renaming my bad one first. Was  able to startx after
that. I edited the file after in super user file
manager under KDE. I now get the nvidea logo going on
at boot and when attempting to play a accelerated game
like Tux Racer it logs me out after the Nvidia logo
appears! It happens in both KDE and Gnome, quit
infuriating to say the least. I am using kernal
2.6.6-1.435.2.3 . I installed the driver and the
kernal module using ATRPM rpms. Any ideas there?


		
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