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There is a big red X, on the icon. And after booting you put in the password and it says Sorry, your X11 Sever lacks DPMS Support.
How do you fix that, And how do you change the rez its on
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Xkill's Icon is just a Red X so check it to make sure its really not working ...

You can change the resolution of X by going into Mandake's Wizard (Im not sure about that one ... not used 7.0 that much) or by going into the command line and typing xsetup ? (Try 'em both, as I say havent used 7.0 in years.) could also be xf86config?
 

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How can you run (COMMAND LINE) plus his ISP is verizon
 

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Before, I change my resolution don't I have to install nvidia drivers
 

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Are you sure your system does not have them installed allready ?

and if so, are the drivers you have made for linux?
 

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This problem I have, has to wait intill my brother tells me if he doe's or not o.k. THANK 4 YOUR HELP:D :D :D

P.S. Can you go to my post about the internet acount and help
over there...
 

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He said he doe's not have the drivers so he can't change the
resolution. he has to download it. He needs help that internet
acount I was telling you about, he has verizon...
 

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OK first things first :) You're running the 2.2.x series kernels. NVIDIA's drivers won't work until you update to 2.4.x

Now as far as setting internet access.. If you're actually at a command prompt you can type "netconfig" without the quotes and follow the prompts.

Good luck!
 

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No stupid points for you! heh.. I've reinstalled my OS before and not updated the kernel and fought till the wee hours of the morning with header corruption crap from NVIDIA's drivers.. only to realize I forgot to update the kernel! heh
 
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