Bug#261620: Radeon: ForceMinDotClock has no effect.
Your getting on the right page. However the manpage should also indicate
that any suffix for dotclock will result in an "echo (EE) $msg; exit;".
This is preventing me from knowing what the unit is, since it can't be
--- Branden Robinson <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> On Fri, Aug 13, 2004 at 11:53:27AM -0700, Mike Mestnik wrote:
> > > You confused me in that message. You said you had to add "M" to the
> > > option value to get XFree86 to interpret the value as being in
> > >
> > > That seems pretty counter-intuitive to me. According to radeon(4x),
> > > specifying "M" would mean "megahertz".
> > That's right in *hertz* to mean "megahertz". I.E DotClock 21.96 VS
> > DotClock 21.96M, for all I know it's DotClock 21.96K!! That's what
> > saying that it's not documented what 21.96, from my mode section,
> You are still confusing me.
> Are you simply saying that the manpage should document what units are
> if no suffix at all is provided?
> G. Branden Robinson | I must confess to being
> Debian GNU/Linux | by the magnitude of
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