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Old 19th March 2008, 23:22
o.meyer o.meyer is offline
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Hi kadi,

maybe you should try to use your xorg configuration that you've posted here - you know, the configuration with the resolution problems. If it works, you would have at least a desktop for now - or rather a working xorg.conf that you can use if further configuration changes fail.

Btw, the gpg error you got is nothing dramatically and does not relate to your xorg configuration. This could happen from time to time.

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Old 20th March 2008, 03:39
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Hi everybody
Thanks to everybody contribute in helping on this post
comes to find out that each time i make reconfigure
to autodetect it put different input devices and
video model.
I solved the problem by little agressive step, uninstalling
xserver* and reinstall it, then reconfigure it.
Alot of thanks to all of you for your support.

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