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    Unhappy a problem with backtrack 3....please HELP me!

    Hi!I hope can you answer to my question.....I downloaded backtrack 3 beta's cd live...I would like to try this new version because backtrack 2 final is fantastic and work correcty in my laptop....I have an Acer aspire 1355 LM..
    The problem is that when cd live starts i write startx and there is this error:
    "
    (EE) VIA(0) : no valid modes found
    (EE) SCREEN(s)found, but none have a usable configuration

    fatal server error :
    no screens found
    giving up

    xinit: connection reset by peer (errno 104) : unable to connect to x server
    xinit: no such process (errno3) : server error

    "

    I tried to write xconf but there is the same error.
    My graphics card is a VIA/S3G Unicrome IGP and in backtrack 2.0 final works.
    Help me!!!thanks!

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    ok i saw your post...but it is not a solution for this problem??

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    Quote Originally Posted by ninja_86 View Post
    ok i saw your post...but it is not a solution for this problem??
    I'm by far no expert on hardware issues inside the PC, but what I would do if I was in your shoes.....

    1. We know that your BT2 install worked right?? So why not just use your copy of your xorg.conf located in etc/X11/xorg.conf on BT2...and transfer it over to BT3. You can get a command line in bt3 right??? use the command....

    Code:
    cp /hdc1/xorg.conf /etc/X11/
    where hdc1 is my dvd/cd player that has my copy of xorg.conf on it.

    What this command will do is copy your xorg.conf from your dvd burner hdc1 (where your BT2 copy of xorg.conf is) and overwrite your BT3 xorg.conf located in /etc/X11/




    Heres a <snippet> from google
    < Copying >

    To copy files, you use the cp command. The following will copy file to file2. Note that if file2 doesn't exist, it'll be created, but if it exists, it'll be overwritten:
    $ cp file file2
    There aren't any undo commands in the Linux CLI, so accidentally overwriting an important file would probably make you pull your head off. The risk of doing so is smaller if you use the -i option ("interactive") with cp. The following does the same as the above, but if file2 exists, you'll be prompted before overwriting:
    $ cp -i file file2
    cp: overwrite `file2'? n
    $
    So it's a good idea to use the -i option whenever you're dealing with important files you don't want to lose!
    If you want to copy file into directory dir1:
    $ cp file dir1
    The following would do the same as the above, copy file into dir1, but under a different name:
    $ cp file dir1/file2
    You can also copy multiple files into one directory with a singlecommand:
    $ cp file1 file2 file3 dir1
    Note that if the last argument isn't a directory name, you'll get an error message complaining about it.









    I don't know if this will work for you,...but its a good shot at least. I hope this helps you until someone else knows the "real solution" to your problem.
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    I tried to use this command but it is the same thing!!!!I do not what to do!!

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