a couple of odd behaviours.
clemens.koller at anagramm.de
Tue Jun 19 06:40:10 PDT 2007
Bruce Bowler schrieb:
> On Tue, 19 Jun 2007 14:18:56 +0200
> Clemens Koller <clemens.koller at anagramm.de> put fingers to keyboard and
>>> The other problem is at least partially KVM related.
>>> If I "auto adjust" the monitor (Princeton VL1715) on M, it looks OK
>>> on E, but the "working" part of the screen is shifted ~0.25 inches to
>>> the left on A and B. If I auto adjust while connected to A, it's OK
>>> and E but shifted to the right on M and B. If I auto adjust on B or
>>> E it's "close" on the other one but off on M and A. Is there a
>>> mechanism to tell Xorg to "nudge" the screen left or right?
>> You might try to switch DDC off and use fixed (optimized) settings.
>> So it shoudln't matter what KVM, CRT, <foo> you connect to your video
> Is there a "secret" for determining what those settings might be or is it
> trial and error?
I think it was in one of my links...
Google tells me something like Option "NoDDC" "1" somewhere in xorg.conf
1. ask google
2. try to understand it
3. try to fix it
4. if it doesn't work, goto 1 until you are about to shoot yourself into the foot
5. ask me again, but give more details.
>> Regarding Windows... call Microsoft or shoot yourself into the foot.
> What should I call M$? (;-) I'd prefer to shoot them, but alas I can't,
> and I find my feet kind of important when it comes to kicking windows
> boxes, so I don't think I'll shoot them either :-)
Well, that doesn't help to fix your problem but otherwise a good attitude!
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