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Re: Keep all video on the screen



On Sun, 2006-05-21 at 21:55 -0700, Ben Tobias wrote:
> An explanation would be helpful, but a point in the right direction 
> would be appreciated as well.
> 
> I have 5 machines connected to the same KVM switch connected to a 1U KVM.
> 
> When I have gone from one version of Fedora to the next, it seems the 
> video between each version just does not match.  Two of the computers 
> have the same onboard chipset, the other 3 are all different.  If all 
> boxes run the same version of FC then the display remains aligned with 
> the screen.  But when I have had different version running (i.e. when I 
> had FC 2 & FC 3) I have had to use one set of display drivers (LCD or 
> CRT) so that video is not shift one way or the other ~ 1 in. off 
> screen.   This is not the same as the "need psmouse=proto.imps" issue 
> but I have noticed that *that* line is now obsolete in FC 5.
> 
> Now I have 4 FC 4 and 1 FC 5.  The FC5's video does not sync correctly 
> at all, even when I have the correct display configured.  It might stay 
> in sync if I switch to 3 of the others but is definitely not in sync 
> with one of the others. 
> 
> The FC 5 machine is using the Intel graphics driver (mine is i845).
> 
> Thanks in advance for the help.
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make sure that all the machines are using the same resolution AND
refresh rates.

Craig


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