> Subject: Installing X-Windows
> Newsgroups: alt.uu.comp.os.linux.questions
> Organization: CRL Dialup Internet Access (415) 705-6060 [Login: guest]
> I have Slackware 3.1 installed on my system, and i am thinking about
> installing X-Windows so that i can install Netscape. I have never done
> this before. Is this a complicated matter? I have the Walnut Creek CD's
> to install with.
> I am pretty much a novice at this, but have the basic installed with a
> couple of utility's.
installing an X-Server is quite easy nowadays. You will need X-libraries
and an X-server. The Server to choose depends on Your graphics-card
(e.g. what chipset does it have and how much memory does it have).
It is not very complicated. You will have to run "xf86config" which
allows You to configure Your server.
If You need some more help, re-mail me, I am not using slackware, but
installing an X-Server is a very general process.
> Any suggestions?
> Martin Brewer
Holger Hetterich, Uttenreuth
WWW : http://www.erlangen.netsurf.de/dqb539/