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> Problems With My Graph. Card, Help me Please :)
Stija
post Jun 9 2005, 02:47 PM
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First of all i am totally new to linux and i want to learn. smile.gif

Can you explain to me how to install the latest drivers for nvidia.
I have read the manual but i don't know how to exit the xserv, can you tell me the shortcut for that ??

Thx in advance
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Stija
post Jun 10 2005, 02:53 AM
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Can anyone help me please... sad.gif
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post Jun 10 2005, 06:12 AM
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crtl-alt-backspeace kills X

If it restarts, press ctrl-alt-F1 and then login as root. Run "init 4" and the system should try and halt it.

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post Jun 11 2005, 06:45 AM
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I have made it, i have edited initab.
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# The default runlevel is defined here
id:3:initdefault:

# First script to be executed, if not booting in emergency (-b) mode
si::bootwait:/etc/init.d/boot

# /etc/init.d/rc takes care of runlevel handling
#
# runlevel 0  is  System halt   (Do not use this for initdefault!)
# runlevel 1  is  Single user mode
# runlevel 2  is  Local multiuser without remote network (e.g. NFS)
# runlevel 3  is  Full multiuser with network
# runlevel 4  is  Not used
# runlevel 5  is  Full multiuser with network and xdm
# runlevel 6  is  System reboot (Do not use this for initdefault!)

Instead of id:5:initdefault: i have written number 3. Rebooted and loged as root. After the instalation i have edited it back to 5. smile.gif

Thx a lot smile.gif
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