Intel 965 + Fedora 7
Jeremy L. Moles
jeremy at emperorlinux.com
Wed Jul 11 13:14:02 PDT 2007
On Wed, 2007-07-11 at 12:08 -0500, Jerone Young wrote:
> This problem has been resolved in the Intel driver in the Intel git
> tree. Get that, build it , and if you still have the problem reopen
To be honest, I don't know why I didn't try git earlier. It fixed the
problem right away, and it was effortless to build.
Thanks all! :) Count this as another success case.
> On 7/11/07, Jeremy L. Moles <jeremy at emperorlinux.com> wrote:
> > We recently received something we've never seen before in the laptop
> > world: a 1920x1200 resolution laptop using the Intel video card. In the
> > past we've seen upwards of 1600'ish, but never 1920. I've got Fedora 7
> > installed, using the new intel driver and Xserver 1.3.
> > My problem is that the display in Linux (which works correctly in
> > Windows) is very "blurry" or "fuzzy." My first suspicion is that the
> > resolution isn't actualy 1920x1200, even though the Xserver thinks it
> > is. However, I can take a screenshot using Gnome and the resultant image
> > is indeed 1920x1200.
> > My second suspicion is that the new Xserver (or perhaps just the new
> > Intel driver) somehow uses what it determines as the proper DPI to
> > attempt to optimize or adjust the display in some way.
> > At any rate, if anyone has experienced this or has any additional
> > information I'll be glad to try any suggestions or provide any data
> > necessary.
> > I've attached the Xorg log file as well as the xorg.conf file.
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