On Tue, 2004-12-07 at 19:36 -0800, Jim Hayward wrote:
On Tue, 2004-12-07 at 20:41 -0500, Ernest L. Williams Jr. wrote:
> I just got a brand new SamSung 213T LCD monitor and a Matrox G450 MMS
> graphics card and it doesn't want to play on the DVI interface.
What kind of problem are you having? Errors or warning in
your /var/log/Xorg.0.log when you have it hooked up DVI?
I have tried it so many
times the history only shows success with the
I will switch back to DVI and try again.
When I had the DVI cable connected, the monitor kept switching between
analog and digital.
Do you have a matrox G450 as well?
Maybe, I need to add the following sort of lines to the device section
of my xorg.conf file:
Option "DigitalScreen1" "on"
Option "DigitalScreen2" "on"
> When I
> used the analog input all is well at 1600x1200. What a beautiful
Wait until you have had it a while and get used to it. :-) I've I had my
213T(silver) since April connected to the DVI output on an ATI Radeon
9800 Pro. The picture is fantastic.
Does linux support for ATI Radeon is good?
> In order to get the DVI going is there a special configuration in the
I the only thing I changed in my xorg.conf was to set the refresh rates.
Note, the DVI rates are different from the analog rates. These should be
auto detected by the video driver anyway.
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