no screen resolution

Pantor pantor at
Tue Oct 9 08:26:13 PDT 2007

Exactly yes, this is nvidia chip. Forget to add, that my knowledge in 
linux zero. Just third day with new OS.

Alex Deucher wrote:
> On 10/9/07, Pantor <pantor at> wrote:
>> NO idea about driver, but card is inno3d 6200 AGP 256MB. Would you be
>> able to advice how to use cvt and gtf please.
> Sounds like an nvidia chip.  if you are using DVI, you may not be able
> to change the mode since due to a limitation in the nv driver.  In
> that case you may want to try the binary nvidia driver.  If not, you
> can use cvt to generate a mode line, e.g.,
> cvt 1280 720 60
> or
> cvt -r 1280 720 60
> for a reduced blanking mode (useful on LCDs).  stick the mode line cvt
> generates into the monitor section of your xorg config and add the
> mode name to the modes line in the display subsection of the screen
> section of your config.
> Alex

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