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Re: [K12OSN] client resolution using vesa driver -- SOLVED !!!



Petre,

I fixed it on my machine using this line in lts.conf:

X_HORZSYNC = "60-70"

I got the idea from this page, where the author was
also using an lcd monitor (search for 1280 to find the
specific part of the page):
http://osl.birzeit.edu:8080/wiki2/index.php/LTSP_guide_on_Fedora

-Rob

--- Rob Owens <hick518 yahoo com> wrote:

> Petre, 
> 
> I'm having the same problem, only it's not with the
> vesa driver.  I had an old "real3d" card in a thin
> client and it only produced 800x600 max.  I thought
> it
> was a problem w/ the card, so I swapped in a newer
> card from another system, and I'm still stuck with
> 800x600 max. 
> 
> In my lts.conf file, I specify 1280x1024 resolution
> (which I know this card is capable of).  I don't
> have
> a full modeline, because I'm not sure how to pick a
> proper one for my lcd monitor.
> 
> I'll keep playing around w/ it and see if I get
> anywhere...
> 
> -Rob
> 
> Petre wrote:
> 
> I've installed FC6 (K12LTSP but without installing
> the
> LTSP parts) on a machine that I also use as a client
> for my K12LTSP 5 server. The FC6 correctly detects
> the
> Via video chipset on the motherboard, and in the
> xorg.conf file it uses the vesa driver. With this,
> it
> gives me a 1600x1200 resolution, which I like.
> However, as a client to my K12LTSP 5 server, during
> bootup, it says it cannot identify the video
> hardware
> and so it is falling back to using the vesa driver.
> That would seem to be okay since that's what the FC6
> is using. But I can't get the resolution to be any
> higher than 800x600, despite various changes in the
> lts.conf file. Why would that be, since both are
> using
> the vesa driver?
> 
> Petre
> 
> 
> 
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