Re: Cannot get resolution just by edit /etc/XF86Config PLS help.
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We could probably tell you what chipset you should use if you send us
a mail with the output of "lspci -v" attached. (This is a command you
can enter in a console)
Since you indicated you are not familiar with linux I'll spell it out
what is an easy way to do this. You can save the output of the command
to a file as follows:
lspci -v >output.txt
You can then just attach that file (output.txt in this example) to your email.
On Fri, 28 Jan 2005 20:12:36 +0900 (JST), Wathavy <email@example.com> wrote:
> -Hi This is wathavy.
> Thak you so much about respondig my call for help.
> I feel great on ppl here again.
> I will look into the PC coz,as Jim here says,
> I set the vidoe chipsets to this "Vesa" and
> never doubted that name should represent what I have.
> And also to others Paul & Michael & Gene & Hannes
> Thank you so much.
> Without a help I could have quit so easily,
> with these incomprehensive behaviors with Debian sarge.
> I will look into it and give some more try.
> Thank you again.
> > >
> > Look in XFree86.conf file and see if the Device is
> > set to "Vesa" , if so
> > , you can't get
> > any higher settings, your video chipset is not being
> > reconized by debian.
> > XFree86 seems like it doesn't reconize a number of
> > the newer video chipsets.
> > Xorg does a much better job at that.
> > Jim
> Let's Celebrate Together!
> Yahoo! JAPAN
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