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Old 20th January 2009, 11:54 AM
maalamaal Offline
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Upgrade Borked video!

hi Guys,
like usual i am new to Linux and am using fedora as a diff partition on my Dell Inspiron 640m
i installed fedora 8 and then slowly upgraded using yum
th eproblem is when i tried to upgradde to fedora 9 using live cd i think i had overwritten the Xorg file which ahs the drivr information or something and now i am unable to get GUI
i tried yum update again and it does not work and i tried startx command but i get errno 3
i really dont know what to do.
if some one can tell me in detail i mean stp by step process to get it up and runnign again that will be good.
tahnks a lot for ur help in advance
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Old 20th January 2009, 12:09 PM
Dan Offline
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Hi, maalamaal.

I've seperated your post into it's own thread, where you will more likely get a better answer.

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