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Old 09-01-02, 08:55 PM   #5
Norbert
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hmmm.... posting your XF86Config file would help, as would posting the full error message you got... sounds like it didn't find the glx extensions tho.... you could try starting X w/ gnome instead of kde and see if that gives you the same error message... that way you rule out kde as the problem. As for other distros you could give mandrake a try... it is by far the easiest I've used.... although a bit bloated. W/ slackware you can use the drivemount tool to mount any drive, but you have to enter it as user mountable in the /etc/fstab file. Mandrake sets that up for you

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