Well I have been messing around with it for hours, edit the xorg.conf file a million times. I just don't see what is so different about when it uses the CD and when it boots from the HD?
When booting from the CD I use the second option (KDE Graphics mode or something) Not sure if that configures it differently. Either way it can't have anything to do with the xorg.conf, cause the same exact one is used for the CD and the HDD.
I notice when running from the CD it uses 'su --login -c xconf;kdm' could that have anything to do with it?
I will take any suggestions!
Still going after this problem. I noticed while reinstalling BT3, after configuring lilo I get this:
How could my video adapter not support VESA BIOS extensions... it is a HD2900 Pro. I thought that it was a pretty universal thing. Any ways to get around that?
Warning: '/proc/partitions' does not exist, disk scan bypassed
Warning: Unable to determine video adapter in use in the present system.
Warning: Video adapter does not support VESA BIOS extensions needed for
display of 256 colors. Boot loader will fall back to TEXT only operation.
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