Configure X Server
hindrich at worldchat.com
Tue Feb 15 19:57:14 GMT 2005
On February 15, 2005 14:22, you wrote:
> Peterhin wrote:
> >On February 15, 2005 12:09, you wrote:
> >>On Tuesday 15 February 2005 10:55 am, Peterhin wrote:
> >>>I have just installed Freebsd 5.3 using a standard install, with
> >>>all packages, and ports.
> >>>When I go to Configure X (as per the handbook 2.9.12) using
> >>>"Configure" Do post-install configuration of Freebsd, in the
> >>>Configuration menu there is no sub menu "XFree86"
> >>>Where did I go wrong.?
> >>Use Chapter 5.4 instead:
> >>OK thats great, now that I am there, my problem is with say 'ee'
> >how do I edit the text.?
> >I am a total newbie to the CLI. Any help would be appreciated.
> >I typed 'ee xorg.conf.new' it gives me the editor and the
> >'xorg.conf.new' at the bottom of the screen.
> >Now I don't know what to do with it, to get to the Section
> > 'Monitor'
> Hmm, "ee" isn't easy?
>I was able to get the file edited, all I had to do was type in the
Many thanks to all.
> Use the arrow keys to move around. Type the text where desired.
> Probably "backspace" and "delete" work well, too.
> Kevin Kinsey
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