Monitor 'refresh' problem
fc-cornette at insight.rr.com
Tue Mar 8 02:35:06 UTC 2005
Mike Klinke wrote:
> On Monday 07 March 2005 06:33, Jim Cornette wrote:
>>Add the line below to your /etc/X11/xorg.conf file.
>>This option goes in the driver section of the file.
>>See this bug for details on the whole bug scenerio.
> I'd also do a cold re-boot before before you add this as a test.
> I've had my box, with the same graphics processor as you have, just
> get cranky early on in the xorg-x11 life cycle and a cold reboot,
> now that you have the latest revisions, may do the trick for you.
> Regards, Mike Klinke
Good advice. The i810 driver for the X versions that I run on the
computer are fine. The need to reboot the computer for changes to take
effect are needed. I am unclear as to if the xorg-x11 version supplied
in FC3 ever incorporated the improvements or if they are only in
development versions or in the testing repository for FC3 that is not
used by default.
Now off to the ati and subdriver radeon problem for the laptop. The
desktop is fine now!
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