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Re: problems with system-config-display and crtl-alt-backspace

Ed Greshko wrote:
Robert Moskowitz wrote:
And I cannot get my notebook to even go over 800x600 for the internal
display without using system-config-display to create a xorg.conf to
get higher resolution with FC12.  How do I convince X to give me more
without the xorg.conf?

BTW, this is on an HP nc2400 that has a 12" display, but I have always
run it at 1024x768.

When you run system-config-display what shows as "Hardware--->Monitor
Type".  I had, what I believe, was a similar problem.  Setting it to
"Generic LCD Display--->LCD Panel (with native resolution of my
notebook)" fix my issue.


But doesn't the execution of system-config-display generate an xorg.conf, which is what I know I am trying to avoid (and I think Robert from his additions)? I scanned the web and didn't spot anything implying the contrary, but I admit my web searching skills have been lacking on the past couple times I've tried to find thing.


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