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Re: X on a u10

Branden Robinson wrote:
> On Sun, Aug 20, 2000 at 03:09:08PM +0200, Andreas Larsson wrote:
> > Heh, well that explains it. It identifies as:
> > vendor string:    The XFree86 Project, Inc
> > when i run xdpyinfo, isnt that a little bit odd?
> That's strange, but it doesn't mean you secretly have an XFree86 server.  I
> imagine some header file defining that string got included.  I know those
> Xsun* servers aren't from XFree86, though, because the original code base
> predates the XFree86 organization, and because XFree86 3.x doesn't actually
> ship those servers in the state we do.  We have some massive patches that
> get us the servers we actually ship.

Ok, that explains it.

> > > XFree86 4.0.1 has drivers for at least some of the hardware supported by
> > > the old Xsun* servers.
> >
> > Ok, i better check out if my creator card is suported then.
> I believe they are.  My Ultra has only an ATI Rage Pro, however, so I'm
> stuck until Marc La France gets the support finished.

well, i guess i have to try XFree 4 then..

> >
> > ok, its running 1152x900, the acctual resolution on the screen however
> > is still 1600x1200.
> That's really odd.  Are you sure?  Is the display "picture framed", set in
> the upper-left-hand corner with large areas of nothing on the right and
> bottom edges?

nope the display is perfectly normal, im not sure that its acctualy
1600x1200 but my screen says its running at 71.1khz@76hz and thats
pretty high. it doesnt change even in console, its still 71.1khz.

thanks for all your efforts


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