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Re: Odd one for sure



Gene Heskett wrote:
> On Saturday 25 October 2008, Tom Horsley wrote:
>   
>> On Sat, 25 Oct 2008 05:38:41 -0400
>>
>> Gene Heskett <gene heskett verizon net> wrote:
>>     
>>> I'm not sure if my system is haunted or not
>>>       
>> Is this an ATI graphics card? See:
>>
>>     
> Yes, HD2400-Pro TBE.  Both the radeon and radeonhd drievrs do it.
>
>   
>> https://bugs.freedesktop.org/show_bug.cgi?id=2859
>>
>>     
> DNSD lookup failure here.
>
>   
>> In my case, when I was booted into a Windows XP partition, there
>> were many screen content related things which would send the screen
>> flickering - in particular pulling down a menu in photoshop would
>> do it every time. More fun stories related at:
>>
>> http://home.att.net/~Tom.Horsley/easy-linux.html
>>
>> For me, it turned out to actually be a problem with the monitor.
>> Switching from the DVI2 input to the DVI1 input solved all my
>> problems (on my particular monitor).
>>     
>
> I have a choice of DVI or svga (db15), and TBT, it may be related cuz I'm 
> using the DVI connector at the moment.
>
> I don't recall seeing that while using the svga cable.
>
> Interesting, thanks.
>
> But I'm still left with the time thing, it only does it in the wee hours, by 7 
> am it will be fine.
>   
Something in a cron job exacerbating things? 

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