Problems with X system
pankin at fusion.physics.lehigh.edu
Mon Dec 1 03:59:39 UTC 2003
My monitor is alive again!!! It revived after just another computer
restart. It's strange because I did not change anything. I will save
working configuration of XF86Config. There is still way to go because my
modem, scanner, and one of two CDROMs are not recognized by the system.
Can anybody suggest whether I can avoid loading X-system at the boot time?
Thanks everybody for help,
Joel Uckelman wrote:
>Thus spake Alex Pankin:
>> Identifier "Monitor0"
>> VendorName "ViewSonic"
>> ModelName "VG800"
>> DisplaySize 360 290
>> HorizSync 30.0 - 85.0
>> VertRefresh 60.0 - 75.0
>> Option "dpms"
>The horizontal sync and vertical refresh here don't match the specs
>ViewSonic has on it's site:
>There is says 30-82 for horizontal and 50-75 for vertical.
>> Identifier "Videocard0"
>> Driver "ati"
>> VendorName "ATI Technologies Inc"
>> BoardName "ATI All-In-Wonder"
>As far as I know, there is no driver called "ati". If your All-in-Wonder
>is one of the Rage 128-based ones, you should use "r128"; if it's Radeon-
>based, you should use "radeon" as the driver.
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