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Re: Xorg related problem



On Thu, 2009-01-22 at 05:23 -0800, Leslie Satenstein wrote:
> I have been looking (using Gnome) at where the monitor/sweep frequency
> settings are stored in the users /home directory.  (It is a hidden
> file), but thus far, I have not been successful. I can log in with a
> virtual terminal, since the terminal resolution works at a lower
> frequency / resolution combination.   
> is it  ".gnome", or ".gvsv" or other similar hidden directory / file ?

Looks like "~/.gnome2/monitors.xml" has the settings.  At least it holds
a configuration that I've changed, and the defaults go back if I delete
it.  Here's a copy of what was created:

[guest suspishus .gnome2]$ cat monitors.xml 
<configuration>
    <clone>no</clone>
    <output name="default">
        <vendor>???</vendor>
        <product>0x0000</product>
        <serial>0x00000000</serial>
        <width>400</width>
        <height>300</height>
        <rate>57</rate>
        <x>0</x>
        <y>0</y>
        <rotation>normal</rotation>
        <reflect_x>no</reflect_x>
        <reflect_y>no</reflect_y>
    </output>
</configuration>

Rate is the vertical refresh rate.

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[tim localhost ~]$ uname -r
2.6.27.9-73.fc9.i686

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