[K12OSN] Monitor Problems
lewis at pcc.com
Tue Jun 15 22:09:09 UTC 2004
rpm -qa | grep ltsp_kernel
I have been updating on a regular basis. (I think I am current) I have
been trying to solve this by passing the vga=0x??? option to the kernel
also. I've tried several options but no luck yet.
On Jun 15, 2004, at 5:37 PM, jam at mcquil.com wrote:
> Which LTSP kernel are you running ?
> The kernels from packages before ltsp_kernel-3.0.15 (2.4.24-ltsp-4) had
> an experimental Trident frame buffer driver compiled in. The T-150
> has a Trident video chipset.
> The 2.4.24-ltsp-4 kernel (in the 3.0.15) ltsp_kernel package doesn't
> include that trident framebuffer driver, and should work fine.
> you can get the latest kernel from the Ltsp.org download page.
> Jim McQuillan
> jam at Ltsp.org
> On Tue, 15 Jun 2004, Lewis Holcroft wrote:
>> Has anybody worked with the "Gateway FPD1530" flat panel monitor?
>> I wanted to set up telnet on screen 2 but the screen draws for a split
>> second then gone. It does this every 5-8 seconds.
>> X looks beautiful.
>> I'm using 4.0.1 and LTSP150 thin clients. These monitors have several
>> modes and they auto-config (very annoying at times) 1024x768 is the
>> preferred mode listed in the manual. (which provides little other
>> Any help would be appreciated.
>> Lewis Holcroft
>> System Administrator
>> Physician's Computer Company
>> 1 Main Street, Suite 7
>> Winooski, VT 05404
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