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Re: Differences between Xorg in Fedora10 and Fedora11



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On 04/02/2009 01:40 PM, lsatenstein yahoo com wrote:
> With Fedora10, (and even XP and UBUNTU), the resolution and vertical
> frequency settings are such that the display window for the settings of
> interest to me are displayed squarely between the physical borders, full
> width.
> 
> Even so, it is a perfect fit for 1024 x 768, 1280x960 and 1600x 1200
> with the F10 X version.
> 
> With the live CD version, I have the following problems:
> Monitor NEC Multisync E100+  Video Card  ATI hd3850 (256meg) with
> default radeon driver
> 
> 1600x1200 --  right margin OK, missing 8 cm (1/2 inch on left) with
> refresh at 75.
> 1280x1024 --  too narrow (1/2 each side short)
> 1280x960- --   right margin OK, missing 8 cm (1/2 inch on left)
> 1152x864- --   too narrow (1/2 each side short)
> 
> 1024x 768 --  Perfect fit.
> 
> But with F10, the 1280 and 1152 modes are also perfect fits on the
> display with Fedora10 and Ubuntu.8.10  
> X settings need to be tweaked to what F10 supports for the above  sweep
> information

Is this a CRT monitor? If so you may need to manually adjust those
settings on your monitor for each mode. Only my old Sony CRT, I had to
set the hoizontal, vertical, left and right for each different display
mode and you may need to do the same.

Kevin


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