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On Mon, Oct 17, 2011 at 6:57 AM, John Aldrich <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> Quoting "D. Marshall Lemcoe Jr." <email@example.com>:
>> You might just completely remove Xorg and then completely reinstall it
>> to fix your xorg.conf issue.
> So you think I ought to try "yum remove Xorg" and let it go? Will that
> mess up any of my personal settings or will those likely not be touched?
Please don't do that, I would thing that would cause you a whole lot
of more troubles. I would first try to boot by removing the old
xorg.conf out of the way (I'm assuming you use xorg.conf since you
mention nvidia-xconfig). Xorg these days doesn't need an xorg.conf, so
might as well start with that. Also have you run fsck on your disk? As
root `touch /forcefsck` and reboot to do that.
Hopefully that gets you started.
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