How to over-ride the autoconfigured Device-section?
mrmazda at earthlink.net
Wed Feb 6 00:11:58 PST 2013
On 2013-02-06 09:47 (GMT+0200) Harald Hannelius composed:
>> http://fm.no-ip.com/Share/xorg.conf-minimal-EDID-workaround and/or
>> http://fm.no-ip.com/Share/xorg.conf-minimal-force-DPI to see what I mean.
> That's what I was suspecting as well. This makes it a little tougher since
> I have double monitors and after moving over to using xrandr this got a
> lot easier to configure than before.
> What the log doesn't tell me however, is the Identifier for the
> graphics-card. Or I'm unable to read it from the log.
> There isn't any way to dictate options for the radeon driver, without
> having to handcode sections for monitors and screens as well?
Did you actually open either of those links? On a single display system,
those 3 files need be as little as 3-6 lines long to function, including
header, footer and identifier. I should think not all that much more for
doing the little you want for two displays.
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