Re: How to change the default X visual?
H Huang <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
> I've only got a grey scale monitor, and would like to change the
> default X visual of my Debian box to GrayScale. How do I do that?
> Thanks for your help.
Take a look at the manual page for XF86Config:
This optional entry sets the default root
visual type. This may also be specified from
the command line (see Xserver(1)). The visual
types available for 8bpp X servers are
(default is PseudoColor):
The correct location is the Screen section in the /etc/X11/XF86Config
Be sure to change the correct Screeen section, e.g. when using an
accelerated Server use the Section with the Driver "accel" entry.
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