>> and I'm still getting my error 111. (Unable to connect to server) if
> I try and run it in SVGA. Or, the best result, I've got a blank
> screen that *looks* like a server's running. At least I think it
That error should have little or nothing to do with the server, try just
running X on it's own, no startx or any such crap and see what it
produces.. the X server much be exiting with some errors ..
> Any kind soul out there with any experience of the Portege?
> In particular:
> * Can give me a link to the correct X for the thing
> * Can tell me how to obliterate all other Xs?
> * Direct me to making intelligent choices for setting up neomagic?
> * Calm me down?
>> Or, failing that, can anybody tell me how to get a base X running,
> and I can figure out something else later? I'm under a little
> pressure to get this sorted.
>> (Answering "you should have installed Red Hat" is okay, if you can
> prove it. But I'm not going to go out and re-install from scratch
> if I can fix SuSe).
>> Best wishes,
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