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Re: X.org 7.2 et résolution

Manchot wrote:
Je te propose de modifier deux sections de ton xorg.conf ainsi :

Section "Monitor"
         Identifier		"L1715S"
         Option		"DPMS"
	HorizSync		30-83
	VertRefresh	56-75

Section "Screen"
	Identifier		"Default Screen"
	Device		"Carte vidéo générique"
	Monitor		"L1715S"
	DefaultDepth	24
	SubSection "Display"
		Depth		24
		Modes		"1024x768" "832x624" "800x600" "640x480" "720x400"	

Évidemment, si tu veux pouvoir accéder à une résolution supérieure à 1024x768, il te faudra rajouter les modes "1280x1024" et "1152x870".


J'ai reçu deux réponses de deux développeurs Debian Julien Cristau et Brice Goglin, pour Xorg 7.2 il faut maintenant utiliser la directive PreferredMode ou l'utilitaire xrandr.

- Julien Cristau :

The driver detects the preferred mode of the connected monitor, and uses
that if not overriden in the config.  You need to add a Monitor section
and associate it with the appropriate output, and use the PreferredMode
option to choose the mode you want.
You can also use the xrandr utility to change mode dynamically.

- Brice Goglin :
This is not a bug, this is the expected behavior with randr-1.2-aware
drivers and xserver-xorg-core 1.3. Have a look at
http://bgoglin.livejournal.com/10423.html , it should help you get
1024x768 back (either on demand by running xrandr or automatically at
startup by using PreferredMode as Julien said).

Merci pour les réponses.
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