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[SuSE Linux] I did ... stupid ... more X Server Problems
- From: gh@xxxxxxxxxxx (Georges-Henry Portefait)
- Date: Wed, 09 Dec 1998 09:52:59 +0100
- Message-id: <366E3A6B.5FF477DD@xxxxxxxxxxx>
Hi all ;)
Lenz Grimmer wrote:
> > > Hmm. This is strange. Does ~/.X.err give you any errors?
nothing looks like errors in this file ( I didn't see the error word )
> Maybe you configured a too high resolution of refresh rate?
My card is a Matrox G200
My monitor is a Formac 17" the manufacturer docs for the monitor says
H sync 24-64
I have no docs with the card
for the Hsync I choose custom settings and put "24-64". The Vsync was in
the list .
With such a monitor is it ok to choose for example "31.5-57",
if the manufacturer manual says "24-64",
as "31.5-57" is an interval "inside" the one from the manufacturer ?????
I was unable to choose from the list of card, because I didn't foung the
G200 in it, so I had to skip this step.
For the autopolling of the clock it works when I choose VGA server, it
doesn't when I choose SVGA.
I start the X server yesterday but only in VGA ( I had chosen VGA
I was willing to reconfigure from the inside using saX.
But SaX definetely not works on my system ( the mouse is behaving
strangely). I have to precise that before upgrading my hardware I had my
system working smoothly with KDE in 1024 16 bpp ( with a poor S3
trio64V+ board, everything was fine but sax was not working either !!).
The only :) piece of hardware I change are:
motherboard ->> ABIT BX6
CPU ->> Intel Pentium II MMX 400 Mhz
Graphic Board ->> Matrox G200
It seems I cannot start SVGA server , or should I try accelerated ???
thanks in advance to anyone, who can help me. This wonderful piece of
equipment ( my new pc :)
is only operating under that nasty other buggy windowing system.... you
I really need to have a good free and stable system running on it !!
regards to all,
BTW Sorry about previous postings in HTML, for those who receive tons of
garbage because of me :)
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