[K12OSN] Setting Frequencies of monitor.

Guy Lessard glessard at coll-outao.qc.ca
Thu Oct 14 15:29:05 UTC 2004

I suggest that you use a common configuration for all your terminals, 
use one of the suggested configurations in lts.conf, just remove the 
hash sign "#" in front of your choice.
P.S. do'nt do like me and use a too high a vertical refresh rate, some 
monitors did not like this :-( .

If you still want to tweak  each monitor,  you need  to know  exactly  
the monitor specs  (max resolution,  horizontal  and vertical  ranges  
and use a  modeline calculator  like this one:
Good luck.


bimal pandit wrote:

>hello list,
>i am running ltsp server on redhat linux 9, with ltsp server 3.0.2, i
>have different monitors with various models, now i want to set frequency
>of each of them so that it should not pinch to my eyes as it does. i.e.
>what i want is it should match as per the best fit/available resolution
>and frequency, so what is the CONCEPT/CALCULATION procedure of this to
>set, i know the parameter are:-  X_HORZSYNC, X_VERTREFRESH
>but i want to know the concept...
>could anyone help me in this??
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