How do I bring up the x configuration or program from the command line?

Posted on 2006-05-09
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I had recently re-installed Debian Linux on my computer and I chose the wrong video card chipset.  What is the command to start the x configuration?
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ircpamanager earned 100 total points
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type xf86config or x86fcfg, if memory servers me correctly.
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nedvis earned 100 total points
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What is the command to start the x configuration?



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