Bug#243081: xserver-xfree86: dpms blanking behaves erracticaly
Yes they do, in fact both monitors work flawlessly
(with identical hardware) under Windows 2000. There
seems to be something up with XFree86 4, as when the
last time I used unix on these monitors was duing the
3.x days and there were also no problems there.
Thanks for your assistance,
--- Branden Robinson <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> On Thu, Apr 29, 2004 at 04:44:08PM -0700, Tyler
> Riddle wrote:
> > I switched monitors and the behavior changed a
> > Instead of oscilating between off and on states it
> > displays about 5 seconds of strange lines, I
> > the sync rates to be pretty wild. Then the new
> > will turn off. I also tried switching cards after
> > changing monitors, both cards had the same
> > The current card is a brand new nVidia Geforce 3d
> > using the nVidia drivers. Finaly, the same
> > was observed under freebsd previously on this
> > computer, with the Rage video card and the
> > monitor.
> Thanks for following up.
> Do these monitors claim to support DPMS? As I
> understand it, DPMS
> signaling is done very crudely, by turning off the
> horizontal and
> vertical sync signals in various combinations to
> indicate "standby",
> "sleep", and "off".
> G. Branden Robinson | You could
> wire up a dead rat to a
> Debian GNU/Linux | DIMM socket
> and the PC BIOS memory
> email@example.com | test would
> pass it just fine.
> http://people.debian.org/~branden/ | -- Ethan
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