On Mon, Aug 28, 2006 at 03:29:41PM -0400, Andy Greenwood wrote:
> I haven't used X in a loooong time, but IIRC you should be able to
> just remove all the other modes from the .conf file. If there's only
> one availilbe mode, X will have to use it :-)

Problem is, the generate file doesn't have -any_ modelines, yet it wrks.

> 
> On 8/28/06, stan <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> >
> >I'm (huridelly) building a new machine to replaced my (just failed) main
> >workstation at work. I have Xorg installed, and when I type X it starts up
> >OK. KDE, and kdm work also. But, at way too high a resolution. I tried 
> >doing
> >X -configure to generate a config file, but the resultant file contains no
> >resolution settings.
> >
> >How can I force X to run in 1280x1024 x 24 bit color mode?
> >
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> >(Dennis Ritchie)
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