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Subject: [linux-help] Re: xorg.conf hacking?
From: "Jonathan Hall" <flimzy@xxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Sun, 7 May 2006 13:56:40 -0500 (CDT)
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The man page (man xorg.conf) should explain how to change the file.

Google will also have a lot of (more detailed) information about it.

> I've got my laptop running with Fed5, firgured out
> what I was doing wrong and the ftp install went
> trudgingly but very smoothly. (6+ hours on a Cox cable
> connection) Now I'd like to use my main monitor. The
> laptop card is an old S3 Savage 8mb, but it should
> power my monitor up to ca. 1200 1000 24depth range at
> a refresh of at least 70hz. But how do you tell
> xorg.conf to go to 70 or 75hz refresh? It defaults to
> eyestraining flickering 60hz. That's not healthy....
> LB
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