I've just installed Slackware Pro 2.1. I am trying to run ConfigXF86.
I select the right chip (CL..26) and the standard monitor, then it
XConfig file, then it asks me to tune. I say yes to that, and then it
warns me the screen may flicker after I press Enter, and I press Enter.
At that point the script dies. This is written on the screen:
cat: /tmp/877.tmnu: No such file or directory
although a similar message with an ending .tag and a proclimation
ConfigXF86: appears before it if I capture the standard error.
I've perused the script, and I have to admit I'm clueless. /tmp has
stuff in it, and I am running as root, so I don't think it is some
permission thing (I've checked the permissions, and they seem fine; at
any rate they are the ones Slackware set up). I've used teh script
before, on older installations, without any trouble.
I sure would appreciate any help. Thanks.