You don't need to register at mac.linux.be to find xorg.conf files:http://mac.linux.be/content/xorgconf-ilamp-g4-1-ghz
AAAAHHHHH fffffxxkn fiddlesticks!!!!! I went to that link and got the link for the actual .txt file, ran:
sudo mv imac8.txt /etc/X11/xorg.conf
as root in a root terminal window which seemed to go fine, got no error or failure, rebooted, and got a black screen, rebooted again and got the yaboot login, choice for "l" for Linux and it attempted to boot but got back to the "kernel panic" script that I got before the second install . . . so I'm back to no Linux. What did I do wrong?? I tried to read through my past posts/replies that showed how to do the process correctly . . . I seem to remember that in 9 I did /etc/x11/xorg.conf and that was wrong, so I thought this time it should be the cap X11??? No???
Can't get back into Linux right now, do I have to erase and begin the install again? Was it wrong to use root terminal, logged in as root?? This is 800Mhz iLamp G4 . . . not 1Ghz if that makes any difference?
hhhhhhheeeeeeeellllllppppppp mmmmmeeeeeeeeeee says the little fly with the man's head trapped in the spiders web . . . (final scene from "the Fly" in B & W)