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Graphical Settings

Linux does a good job of detecting your graphics card and monitors most of the time, but sometimes it does not do a great job. If it looks like Linux got everything right then you can just press Next until you get to a screen where you can test your settings. Make sure that you test your settings before you continue. If nothing seems to be working correctly then you might want to choose Text as your login type and continue on. You can later change your graphical settings using the Xconfigurator command from the shell as root. If you are having a hard time spelling Xconfigurator you can use the command setup and select X configuration.

Joseph Colton 2002-09-24