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Re: XFree86 problems on Tangerine iMac DV

I tried Modes "current" and it still didn't work.
Fortunately I found Ryan Gordon's XF86Config-4 file,
which had mode lines he had found to work with the
iMac. Once I had manually set the mode lines, 
everything worked beautifully. I didn't even know
you still could set the mode lines manually in 
XF86 4, but I guess I was wrong.

> > No dice. Got a black screen, had to Crtl-Alt-Del
> > to kill X and get back to the console.
> > 
> > I'm stuck as to what to try next. I've seen bits
> > and pieces of my problem in the archives but I can't
> > put together a solution. Help would be heartily 
> > appreciated.
> > 
> > I've attached the XFree86 log and XFConfig-4.
> Both look good to me. So it seems like "just" the monitor can't display
> what it's supposed to.
> As I tried to help you on IRC without much luck, the only thing left for
> me to suggest is to only use
> 	Modes "current"
> in Subsection "Display", which should have the server use the current
> mode from console, which should obviously work.

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