Default Color Depth in X (was Re: Helix Gnome vs Debian Gnome -- worth the upgrade?)
> this! Anyway I prefer to start X from a command prompt so's I can specify
> the colour depth.
Swerving completely off topic here, but I see a lot of people do this. But
if you don't like the default color depth that X comes up in, did you know
you can change the default?
I have the following line in my XF86Config in the "Screen" section:
Which does what it says it does. Sets the default color depth to 16. Means
I can enjoy the benefits of a graphical login without hacking startx or
typing "startx -- -bpp 16" all the time.
Just a random note. Not picking on anyone :)
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