On 14 Sep 2004 at 23:03, dan1 wrote: > I am looking for the famous XF86Setup command used on RedHat 7.1 (for > XFree86) but I didn't find it on CentOS 3.1. > Did it change into something else ? Yup. Redhat renamed a bunch of configuration utilities, probably in an effort to standardize things a bit. Have a look at all the files starting with redhat-config-* in /usr/bin and /usr/sbin. You're specifically looking for /usr/bin/redhat-config-xfree86. > Same questions for starting the hardware material configurator. How can I > force it to run ? I know that it runs automatically at boot when we change a > card or device, but how to force starting this program manually ? It's called kudzu. "kudzu --usage" will likely tell you what you want to know. ---- Nels Lindquist <*> Information Systems Manager Morningstar Air Express Inc.