[Lvlug] Another RH invention?
Fri, 17 Nov 2000 01:40:46 -0500
dann s washko wrote:
> I have been trying to get my TNT2 working properly again in Linux. The
> nvidia drivers do not work well with Mesa as OpenGL programs run at a
> snails pace. Nvidia has their own glx and glcore libraries which are
> incompatible with Mesa. Well, in RH 6.2 it was a snap to get working.
> Since my update I have not had the same success. I noticed today while
> picking through /etc/X11/XF86Config, that there is another file called
> XF86Config-4 in this directory. Examining this file more closely and
> checking out /var/log/XF86Free.0.log, I notice that XF86Config is not
> being used. It is XF86Config-4! I have been editing the wrong file all
> What gives here? I had X 4.0.1.a running great under 6.2 and it was
> using XF86Config. Anyone know if XF86Config-4 is another RH invention?
I have just noticed the same files while working on a notebook machine
today. When I run setup and choose "X configuration" it creates the
XF86Config-4 file, looks like you are correct, this is some RH
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