setting CRT parameters
ed.matuszak at comcast.net
Sat Jun 4 01:49:09 UTC 2005
> Subject: Re: setting CRT parameters
> On Thu, Jun 02, 2005 at 09:46:41PM -0700, Edward Matuszak wrote:
> > I recently changed monitors, and the original settings used by
> Redhat linux
> > no longer work.
> > Where does the system get the values for resolution, scan rate,
> etc.? The
> > new monitor is unable to display anything as soon as the x
> windows subsystem
> > comes up. i.e. black screen
> > I can remotely access the system, so I would like to reset to a
> minimum vga
> > configuration via config files, startup scripts, etc.???
> > thanks.
> Try (as root)
> system-config-display --reconfig
> Bob McClure, Jr. Bobcat Open Systems, Inc.
Did not work ... command not found (from a terminal session).
I looked in /etc/sysconfig, but didn't see anything obvious.
I can only access via ssh/telnet, so I need to find the relevant config
file, setup script, or whatever the system uses to set up the CRT refresh
rate, resolution, etc.
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