Thu Aug 26 14:27:52 PDT 2010
serve as a template for you to construct an /etc/X11/xinit/xinitrc file with
required xrandr commands included to be run _before_ $WINDOWMANAGER starts.
Note that the reason for preferring high refresh rates on CRT displays does
not exist on flat panel displays. I've yet to find any flat panel that
doesn't work perfectly in close proximity to 60 if not exactly 60. So,
K.I.S.S., and use CVT and/or GTF without bothering with refresh spec. 'gtf
800 480' will default to 60, which would invariably be just right.
Supposedly xorg.conf can still be used with legacy Intel chips to do the same
things as xinitrc/xrandr do, but I've yet to confirm it, succeeding only on
MGA so far.
"The wise are known for their understanding, and pleasant
words are persuasive." Proverbs 16:21 (New Living Translation)
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