Emc vs modern lcd monitors
gheskett at wdtv.com
Mon Aug 15 13:29:45 PDT 2011
On Monday, August 15, 2011 04:20:49 PM Mark Wagner did opine:
> On Sat, Aug 13, 2011 at 05:50, gene heskett <gheskett at wdtv.com> wrote:
> > Greetings all;
> > One of the problems that was confusing me recently is that I had
> > replaced the old samsung crt monitor with a much newer cheap AOC lcd
> > that runs at 1360x724 at best, but under the vesa driver on an ati
> > x1650 video card, it apparently is running in 1024x768. آ This
> > results in a pixel that is far from square unless I use a button on
> > the monitor which shrinks the display sideways, leaving 2" wide black
> > stripes on the sides.
> > From Xorg.0.log:
> > (II) VESA(0): SAMSUNG: Using hsync range of 30.00-81.00 kHz
> > (II) VESA(0): SAMSUNG: Using vrefresh range of 55.00-75.00 Hz
> > (II) VESA(0): SAMSUNG: Using maximum pixel clock of 90.00 MHz
> > (II) VESA(0): Not using mode "1360x768" (no mode of this name)
> > <---native
> Looks to me like the server is telling you it doesn't know how to
> generate a resolution of 1360x768. If this was a CRT, I'd say to
> provide a custom modeline in the xorg.conf file. Since you've got a
> LCD, I don't know if this is the correct solution or not.
None of my machines have an xorg.conf with a sample modeline for that.
Could someone post an example I could try please?
Or even better, are there docs someplace that would describe how to do
that? I just looked at the modeline description in a man xorg.conf, and
that lacks the specifics I'd need to make a quasi-intelligent first guess.
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