On Tue, Sep 19, 2006 at 07:14:13PM +0100, David Golden wrote:
> On Tuesday 19 September 2006 11:20, Kae Verens wrote:
> > iirc, you can simply remove the existing xorg.conf, and it will
> > automatically configure itself.
> But in my experience, often somewhat still somewhat suboptimally
> unfortunately. It's introspecting on DPMS/EDID info from
> the display etc., so it's at the whim of the manufacturer.
>> (Even if it gets it *right*, IMNSHO you then have to deal with the
> horrible and now even "standard" PC gamma (thankfully even something
> like xgamma -gamma 1.8, though very coarse, can get things looking
> reasonably decent on an LCD display))
As it works out you need to do a Xorg --configure, this will put a xorg11-new.cfg in your home directory. But it didnt work out me. I think its a view port issue but the screen is a bit scrambled and moved to the right. I do not have the config file to hand. I'll google a bit more and if I can not find a solution,I'll post the config file tonight and see if anything pops up.
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