Last night I tried editing the XF86Config file but no luck getting X working yet.
Friday, May 13, 2005
I received the 32 MB memory chip for the IBM Thinkpad 760ED. It worked fine. I was able to install Debian 3. My mistake was with mounitng hard drive partitions. Still even with the added memory Red Hat 9 would not fit on the hard drive. I need about a 2 GB drive to work with Red Hat 9. I tried using a boot manager suggested by some linux helper but was not able to get it working. Also I could not find a boot floppy image on the Fedora core 3 CD.