After setting up another damn system with another damn anonymous monitor,
I finally have to ask: is there any way of detecting the range of
frequencies that a monitor can handle, or do I have to stick to the
'keep-trying-until-I-find-something-acceptable' method of Xconfigurating?
As an aside: surely Xconfigurer is a better word?
Robert Elliott Systems Administrator, Planet Cyber Cafe
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