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[K12OSN] XServer / Workstation Problem



I am the one who posted about turning off the acceleration. You might want
to try that. You're right about the acceleration option being inside the
XF86Config file. I created my own and set the XF86CONFIG_FILE = file.name in
the lts.conf file. If this doesn't work, you might want to change the
refresh rate for the resolution that doesn't work. You can do this by
putting in the X_MODE_0 = whatever_modeline option into the lts.conf file.
If you don't know how to make your own modeline, open up the XF86Config file
and copy the first modline you see for your desired resolution. I hope this
helps.

Chris

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> From: "Costa, Todd (DMH)" <Todd Costa dmh state ma us>
> To: "'K12LTSP'" <k12osn redhat com>
> Date: Thu, 23 May 2002 17:08:58 -0400
> Subject: [K12OSN] XServer / Workstation Problem
> Reply-To: k12osn redhat com
>
> Hi,
>
> I am on my fourth day with installation and testing. I am making
> progress I will say. But I am now having (still) a problem with WTS
> resolution not going beyond 640x480 cleanly.
>
> TEST EQP:
>
> My server is a HP Vectra VL PII w/96mb, 3gb HD, S3 Trio64V2 w/2mb,
> HP Ergo Ultra VGA.
> My Client is a HP Vectra 5/133 w/32mb, 1.5gb HD, S3 Trio64 w/1mb, HP
> Ergo Ultra VGA.
>
> I have tried a number of things I have see in the archives and
> haven't been able to get this small problem resolved. When the WTS gets to
> the GUI logon screen. The picture appears to be overlayed (graphics
> distorted dual letters). When I reduce the res. (800x600) down the screen
> looks great. I did try many times adjusting XSERVER = auto in
> /opt/ltsp/i386/etc/lts.conf to some of the suggestions and no luck. Oh
> should I be restarting XFS each time before trying the WTS?
>
> Now the server screen is fine at 800x600 so I know X is running good
> there. I can't seem to get the workstation to work at 800x600. I saw
someone
> write that S3 is a funny monkey and he had disabled accelerator mode. I
> thought I found that in the /etc/X11/XF86Config file but it didn't help so
I
> am turning back to the list again for help.
>
> Thanks for your input.
> -------------------------------------------------------
> Todd M. Costa
> Cape & Islands Community Mental Health Center
> EDP II, LAN Manager
> --------------------------------------------------------
> "Work Smarter, Not Harder....Use Open Source Solutions"
> --------------------------------------------------------





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