[SATLUG] forcing a refresh rate
e2eiod at gmail.com
Sun Dec 16 13:10:24 CST 2007
On Dec 15, 2007 8:16 PM, John Chalinder <argiod at bresnan.net> wrote:
> On Sat, 15 Dec 2007 15:38:26 -0600
> "John Pappas" <j at jvpappas.net> wrote:
> > On Dec 15, 2007 2:14 PM, Alex Bartonek <bartonekdragracing at yahoo.com> wrote:
> >> Well I took the envision 22" and got a Acer 22" w/DVI
> >> inputs... My default I've setup is 1680x1050 at 63hz..
> >> How can I force 60hz in my xorg.conf?
> >> My 1680x1050 modeline is as follows:
> > <SNIP>
> >> My monitor definition:
> >> Section "Monitor"
> > <SNIP>
> >> EndSection
> > <Rant>
> > Here is another one. To make Linux Desktops (especially Laptops) feasible,
> > display configuration cannot be about hand editing a config file (though the
> > option needs to exist). Again comes the FOSS types that will not accept the
> > requirement for binary drivers with proprietary interfaces, and just build a
> > modular display architecture that works WITH the vendors in order to make
> > this situation go away. The cooperation, rather than the animosity, would
> > help a great deal.
> > This problem does not limit itself to X and WiFi. Look at scanners,
> > printers, sound cards, bluetooth, modems, etc. Each of those has differing
> > levels of support, but the problem remains the same.
> > </rant>
> > John
> > --
> <Rant reply:>
> Cooperation instead of competition? How totally unAmerican, John. (humor
> alert: this is a joke; this is only a joke; had there been a real humor
> emergency in your area...) I have to agree with you. It would be encouraging
> to see more cooperation between manufacturers instead of these incessant
> proprietary wars. Every time I see the term 'proprietary' I start looking
> around for alternatives. This sort of attitude may stimulate business; but it
> sure doesn't do much for us poor consumers...
> </Rant reply>
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