dont we need a 768x1024 mode ?
keithp at keithp.com
Wed Oct 29 17:44:25 EET 2003
Around 10 o'clock on Oct 29, Robert Woerle wrote:
> when i compile Xsmi using Vesa and not Xfbdev
> then i can start without -dumb and i get a kinda speedy window movement....
Neat. One machine requires fbdev another cannot use it. Go figure.
> but still when i turn the screen i get the dimensions messed up and
> height does not become 1024 and widht not 768 ...
> they stay at the old stuff ... and fe the KDE-Tasbar is in the 2/3 of
> the screen...
Hmm. That shouldn't happen. What does xdpyinfo say at that point? Maybe
I broke something recently, but it used to work fine.
You need set only the "normal" mode; RandR will (or at least should)
automatically adjust the screen size when it rotates. I know I haven't
tested starting the server in rotated mode for a while, so that might be
$ Xsmi -screen 1024x768x16 &
$ xrandr -o left
Thanks for playing with this stuff.
Oh -- are you using 'xfixes_2_branch' or HEAD? I don't recall the state
of HEAD, but I was pretty sure it was functional when I branched last
week. There have been a few changes since branching, it might be worth
trying the branch to see if things change.
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