> After firing up XFree86, what appears on the screen looks as though
> I'm looking at a normal screen through a magnifying glass. From what
> I can tell, I've used the correct information for configuring the
> monitor and the display card (I think!). Any ideas as to what could
> have been set up incorrectly to cause this?
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If I understand what you are saying correctly, like huge letters and a
window takes up the whole screen, then check that /usr/X11R6/bin/X is
linked to the server you require. This happened when I linked it to
XF86_VGA16 before I ran XF86Setup and my setup actually XF86Config
actually required XF86_S3V, later found out that setup actually calls
VGA16 rather than X.
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