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I am using XFree86 v3.1.2 and i want to configure it
for work with my Cirrus Logic 5230 and my 14" Monitor
I know all the Tech notes for them and i can configure it correctly, but when i run the X Window it give me an error
such as "cannot find /dev/console" or something similar.
I have the standard installation of the Slackware96 distributions. Can someone answer me ?
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