a_c_isler at verizon.net
Fri Apr 30 05:27:38 UTC 2004
Try using the vesa driver.
On Thu, 2004-04-29 at 15:38, jludwig wrote:
> On Thu, 2004-04-29 at 11:53, Brane Lj wrote:
> > I installed Fedora Core 1 and as usual the setup
> > didn't detect my monitor properly even though it is in
> > the list (Hansol 500A). I choose the proper monitor
> > and continued the installation (this worked on
> > previous versions of RH).
> > After i installed the OS and booted it for the first
> > time somewhere right after starting x my monitor
> > turned itself off. I'm guessing the resolution set is
> > not supported by my monitor. I went and edited the
> > /etc/X11/XF86Config file - horizontal and vertical
> > frequencies and resolution but that didn't help.
> > Lastly I used the Redhat-config-x86free (forgot the
> > right name) with the --reconfigure switch and i
> > recieved this error:
> > xconf.py :Fatal IO error2 (connection reset by peer)
> > on x server :17.0
> > The graphics card was detected properly - Radeon7000
> > For the monitor i recieved some bogus values...
> > I even reinstalled the whole lot and used a standard
> > 800x600 monitor but no luck with that either.
> > Does anyone know what else I could try beside buying a
> > new monitor :D
> > thanks
> > Conker
> > Find local movie times and trailers on Yahoo! Movies.
> > http://au.movies.yahoo.com
> My old standard is to run XFree86 -configure as root and modify the
> resulting new configuration file XF86config.new in /root. This will
> usually give some lame numbers for resolution and such, but will let you
> know what X wants to see.
> jludwig <wralphie at comcast.net>
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