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Old 10-20-03, 08:45 AM   #1
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Here's hoping someone can help. I decided to get Enemy Territory working
on Mandrake 9.1. Took 2 weeks, but got Mandrake installed, and learnt an awful lot about Linux at the same time. Never touched it before. I was a die hard MS fan, but thought i better try the opposition as well...lol

My Trouble.

I am trying to install nvidia drivers for a Geforce 2 MMx400 card.

The message i get says that it cannot install cos x-windows is running.

I know this means i need to get at the Linux equiv. of rebooting into dos mode, but how do i do this. I cannot find any options, ive tried the terminals in the kde and gnome interfaces.

Any help or suggestions, (except rude ones) would be gratefully accepted.

Thanks
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Old 10-20-03, 09:02 AM   #2
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oh yeah, your 'booting into dos mode' analagy is pritty much right, accept its awesome : D

SOme mandrake configs have it where you never see anything but Xwindows. Anyways, your 'start' button should have a logout option eater int he shutdown or something close to it.

btw, when your in the console and you want to get back to x-windows type

startx

sorry i cant help you more, i really forget heh.
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Old 10-20-03, 09:11 AM   #3
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Die hard MS fan? I thuoght that was just a rumor!
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