On Thu 02 Aug 2007, Belgarath wrote:
> > This did the trick.The question is...what exactly did I do and how did
> > this solve the problem? Sorry for rambling,
> That means that you have terrible graphics card in this laptop.
I don't think so.
What is the video card, as given by "lspci"?
I have ThinkPads T20 and T23, and both work perfectly under Fedora.
Isn't there a program in Ubunto like system-config-display
to write the correct xorg.conf file?
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