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Hi!

I have an Asus Riva TNT2 Ultra.  How can I set it up in Linux Red Hat 6.0 in order to see XWindows in at least 1024x768?

Please note that this is the first time I'm using linux, so I don't know anything! Please explain every step, step by step.


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when you install the redhat linux , it ask u to choose the graphic isn't it ? so choose the riva chipset, and the select your monitor type. after that try probe it whether it fix or not if not try to see what isn't fix.if u have install  try go to xf86config.to set again all info about the grphic card and monitor type.for further problem u can mail me at c05655@kdupg.edu.my
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