Re: Monitor Displays "Invalid Mode"
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First I hope the mailing list is able to attach this reply the
the thread started by my initial eMail below.
While this issue from a Debian perspective "is a problem of the
xorg autodetection, nothing we can do about here regarding
debian live" why is any other debian and non-Debian derivative
LiveCD/LiveUSB do not have this problem? I have to assume they
all use xorg as well? Examples that have not even a hick-up
detecting the correct video are Knoppix, Puppy Linux, DSL,
Ubuntu and Wyse Linux V6.x.x. It would seem from that
perspective the problem is really Debian based.
John L. Males
28 April 2010 22:48
Message replied to:
Date: Thu, 22 Apr 2010 01:19:23 -0400
From: "John L. Males" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Subject: Monitor Displays "Invalid Mode"
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> Please be advised none of the V5.x Debian Live USB images have
> worked with the Dell LCD Model E152FPc and Wyse S50 video.
> The result is the same "Invalid Mode" display by the Dell
> LCD. All other distributions I have tried have had no problem
> working with the Dell LCD Model E152FPc and Wyse S50. It would
> be really helpful if this issue could be resolved. I really
> need to use a Debian distribution on the Wyse S50.
> John L. Males
> Toronto, Ontario
> 22 April 2010 01:19
> 2010-04-21 13:34:29.707486262-0400-EDT
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