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This is true, however if the monitor is missing from the database in 
drakx you will have problems even if the opensource driver works.

I have the opensource driver "nv" working fine with a "Quadro FX 1000" 
DVI Card with a DVI monitor... DrakX setup everything in one shot with 
no problems AFTER I updated the monitor database (before that I had to 
manually hack the X config file).

It doesn't take much time to run "ddcxinfos".....

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I install Linux Mandrake 9.1 beta3 and is it impossible to configure the X 
server to have something correct on my monitor.

Monitor : Samsung SyncMaster 191T
Graphic card : Geforce DDR
My monitor is connect to the graphic card with digital interface : DVI

This problem is like on Linux Mandrake 9.0 : I should configure X with a bad 
video mode (color not corresponding :  red on a pixel, green on an other and 
blue on a third for all the window) in 800 x 600 that is only support by my 
monitor. Stating with this mode as root and install nvidia drivers 4191. When I 
start again, all is correct and I can change the mode to 1280 x 1024 (best mode 
with this monitor).

The problem is that I can't do the same thing with Mandrake 9.1 because there 
is no Nvidia driver for it.

Can you add the Samsung SyncMaster 191T in your list of monitors ?

Can you add support of digital DVI interface for Nvidia video chip ?

Or the best : can you add Nvidia driver 4191 in Mandrake 9.1 ?


Jacques Delpierre

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