Re: LCD problem for fedora core 3 on HP nx5000

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I tried your way, but not work too. after open up
Display Setting Window:

System Settings -> Display, there are 3 tabs 
'Settings' 'Hardware' 'Dual Head'

>From 'Hardware' tab, there are 'Configure' buttons for
'Monitor type' and 'Vedio Card'

Under 'Monitor type' Configure, there is a list of
types including generic type. However, all of them are
not active, ie no way to may changes

Under 'Video Card' Configure, seelction for different
video card is active. 

Any suggests how I go?

Thanks a lot



--- Amy M <[email protected]> wrote:

> You need to first go into Settings -> display ->
> hardward -> monitor 
> type -> generic LCD then select 1024 x 768
> 
> ZHANG YD wrote:
> 
> >Hi,
> >
> >I have got a problem on LCD display with fedora
> core 3
> >on Hp nx5000. The LCD 
> >resolution is 1024x768. During installation of FC3,
> I
> >was presented two 
> >resolution options and manufacturer unknown:
> "800x600"
> >"640x480".
> >
> >I mimiced someone's sugestion, manually edit the
> >/etc/X11/xorg.conf (assuming 
> >equavalent to /etc/X11/XF86Config), added 1024x768
> to
> >both 'screen' and 
> >'display' sections. However, this is not working.
> >after reboot, it 
> >remains the old 800x600 setting.
> >
> >I also tried system-config-display utility, it only
> >show two options: 
> >"800x600" "640x480". My chipset is intel 82/855GM.
> >
> >Any suggests are welcome
> >
> >
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