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I have slackware 3 and Im running from cdrom.  How do i get xwindows up and running

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Type xf86config at a prompt then it will take you into a configuration program. After that reboot and type startx
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Type xf86config at a prompt then it will take you into a configuration program. After that reboot and type startx
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