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Re: New monitor and login problem

On Wednesday 22 February 2006 22:34, Paul Smith wrote:
> On 2/22/06, Anne Wilson <cannewilson tiscali co uk> wrote:
> > > Beyond Fedora Core 4, I have a partition with Mandriva 2005.
> > > Meanwhile, my monitor changed to a LCD one, and I did the needed
> > > changes in order to use my new monitor with FC4. However, I cannot
> > > login with Mandriva because of the new monitor. What is the best way
> > > to tell Mandriva the new settings needed by my new monitor? I could
> > > plug back the old monitor... but just wondering whether it can be done
> > > without it.
> >
> > Run XFdrake - either from Mandriva Control Center or from the command
> > line. If your monitor model isn't listed you will have no problems with
> > Generic LCD.
> Well, Anne, how can I run xfdrake if I cannot do my login?

I assume that linux is actually booting up, but that you can't see the screen, 
so when the lilo screen opens, hit Esc and you should see a text login 
screen.  Type 'linux 3' and that will give you a text login.  From there you 
should be able to run XFdrake.

One caveat - I may be remembering the capitalisation wrongly - if it doesn't 
work, try variations such as XFDrake.


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