[Libdlo] Graphics issues with gnome 2.16
bernie at berniethompson.com
Mon Nov 16 08:39:10 PST 2009
May be what you're looking for. Here's it as a 4 line script. Add
these lines into /etc/gdm/Init/Default, right after the definition of
if [ "x$XRANDR" != "x" ]; then
$XRANDR -o 0
This aught to be fixed in the X server, but haven't had the chance to
touch it. If anyone has any patches to set xrandr to a "normal"
rotation by default, it'd be much appreciated.
In addition to the script above, there are a few other small
improvements to the multiseat setup (It's what I actually use
day-to-day), e.g. to fix the delay on boot with terminal connected,
and to have terminals come up automatically on boot -- will look to
get the multiseat documentation (for GDM <= 2.20 -- the "new" GDM >
2.28 will be much different) caught up to those in the next day or
On Mon, Nov 16, 2009 at 5:44 AM, Alexander Todorov <atodorov at otb.bg> wrote:
> Hi all,
> I've managed to get things up and running (mostly).
> I had to add:
> to gdm.conf and now I'm able to login using the displaylink device. Otherwise I
> was seeing a black screen with a mouse pointer. However there seem to be some
> graphics issues.
> GNOME panels don't show or more likely they are off the visible screen size.
> Popups and menus for all applications result in a thin horizontal line at the
> top left on the screen.
> Applications are able to paint their windows, some of them look OK, some are
> smaller than expected. However resize doesn't work. Clicking the Maximize button
> makes the windows lose their borders (visually).
> Xorg and gdm logs don't show any errors or warnings.
> gnome-display-properties shows the correct screen resolution 1024x768, which is
> the same that the displaylink-mod driver detected.
> Is there any way to debug this or turn on verbose mode? This is on Asus eeePC
> with integrated Intel graphics chip.
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