On 3 Apr 2006, at 23:55, Paul Jakma wrote:
>> Next time I got an out of range error on my screen. This happens
>> with other distributions but I can run sax2 to fix it.
>> Out of range error? 'sax2'?
That got me too but now I understand - the default X config produced
a signal outside his monitor's specs. He can't fix it with sax 2 on
other distributions in general but only on SuSE - it's SuSE's X
configurator. Note to Darragh - you DO understand that Solaris is NOT
Linux, don't you? It's just your use of "other distributions" made me
ask that question - apologies if it seems patronising.
>> Problem here is I can't change to a console using control alt F1.
>> That'd be cause Solaris doesn't have virtual consoles.
Jeebus - even SCO has virtual consoles. Jump right into the nineties,
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