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Re: [K12OSN] Monitor Problem



Try the suggested lines that are in the lts.conf file first before you go on a search.

Rob Owens wrote:
You need to edit lts.conf with a line such as one of
the following:

X_MODE_0 =  800x600 35.25   800  824  872  944   600
600  601  622

X_MODE_0 = 1024x768 60.80  1024 1056 1128 1272   768
768  770  796

I'm pretty sure one of these worked for me when I was
using an old, old monitor.

Also, I'm not 100% sure about this, but I think you
can put both lines in lts.conf, but call one
"X_MODE_0" and the other "X_MODE_1".  Then you can
ctrl-alt-"plus" and ctrl-alt-"minus" to switch between
them.

Good luck.

-Rob

--- Genfil Villahermosa <genfil gmail com> wrote:
  
I have problem with the monitors here that run on
thin client. Most of
the monitors I have here are old or recondition.
Most of them can't
handle 1024x758, 75 hz. It black out when when x
runs. When change the
default the resolution, it any applys the change
when the user login
in. But the user can not login because the monitor
goes blank.  Does
anyone know how to change the default resolution
when Xlogin runs?
Thank you!
-- 
please visit http://www.dekititirsiasiradas.org

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