Re: Display all washed out

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On Tue, 30 Jun 2009 11:42:54 -0700, Kam Leo wrote:

> File retrieval optons:
> 1) Use browser  --
> or another of the Fedora mirrors. Public list is at
> 2) Use wget  --  "wget -c
>      Install using "sudo rpm -ivh system-config-display*.rpm"
> 3) Download and install directly using one command: "sudo rpm -ivh
> Another note: Don't just settle for a random mirror. Try out the mirrors
> listed in the Fedora Public list. Find one that reliably connects. Put
> your selection in fedora.repo and fedora-update.repo in
> /etc/yum.repos.d/  (disable the mirrorslist, enable and insert the
> mirror's url to the baseurl line) or create your own
> reliable-mirror.repo file..

	Hmm... I'll try that -- but it seems strange. Wasn't the whole 
point of making yum choose mirrors to spread the load??

> Check the color depth.  You should be able to do this using
> System->Preferences->Display in Gnome.

	That launches system-config-display -- precisely the app I had 
been trying so stubbornly to get, because for some unimaginable reason I 
didn't have it on that machine.

	I did get it just now; launched it; ran it; and the display is 
still not entirely right, but it's a *lot* better. Resetting the colors 
for each profile in gnome-terminal helped, too.

Beartooth Staffwright, Neo-Redneck Not Quite Clueless Power User
I have precious (very precious!) little idea where up is.

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