[clug] No xorg, seriously, 1024

Lana Brindley lanabrindley at gmail.com
Tue Nov 17 00:47:20 MST 2009

Wait 'til RHEL 6, I heard a rumour it's being replaced by something
new and shiny :P


2009/11/17 Ben Nizette <bn at niasdigital.com>:
> On Tue, 2009-11-17 at 16:22 +1100, Francis Whittle wrote:
>> You could try adding to your Monitor Section,
>> HorizSync 28-60
>> As 1152x864 should start with horizontal sync at 67.5kHz, and 1024x768
>> generally stops at 60kHz.
> Thx for the tip, will give it a try!
>> This _should_ override any DDC information you may receive.
>> I'm intrigued, however, by your converter - is it actually the monitor
>> that only supports up to 1024x768 but reports wrong?  The VGA->Composite
>> connectors we've made up at home (Sync-on-Green, Sun I3W3, 4-cable BNC)
>> would just push through whatever sync signals were given....
> Sounds like those were vga->component not composite :-).  Composite is
> just the little yellow RCA you can plug in to your old telly.  The
> converter in questions is a little boxy which takes the VGA input and
> downscales/resyncs to a selectable PAL/NTSC/SECAM output
>        --Ben.
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Cheers! Lana

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