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Re: Updates of X



2008/1/22, max bianco <maximilianbianco gmail com>:
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> On Jan 22, 2008 9:37 AM, Antonio M <antonio montagnani gmail com> wrote:
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> > Each time that major updates of graphic drivers are installed, I have
> > to change the resolution of my screen, I mean that if before updates
> > resolution is 1024x768 as desidered, after updates I find for example
> > 1268x768...and if I try to get back the original resolution as
> > standard user, and I log out nothing happens...if I want to change
> > resolution I have to log in as root.
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> What kind of video card do you have?There have been many issues with the ATI
> driver. It is being worked on...i occassionally have minor video issues too
> but that's life. I have not tried Nvidia cards, maybe they work better.
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I am running a very old PC with Cirrus CL-GD54xx card and cirrus
driver (and it is running on FC8 even with only 256 MB, slowly but I
don't mind as it is only my gateway to the Net)

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