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Roland Smith wrote:
> On Tue, Jul 29, 2008 at 06:46:33PM -0700, Gary Kline wrote:
>> I've changed my mind:: if I go to 20" i can get widescreen
>> with 1680x1050, so my current 1284x1024 would fit. IFF
>> xorg know what kind of beast this is:-)
> Xorg can "talk" to modern monitors using the ddc2 protocol (but only
> with a DVI connection, AFAICT). Effectively the monitor tells Xorg what
> it's capable of WRT resolutions, rehresh rates etc. It's pretty neat.
That 2408 of mine, when it came via freight, had a flyer inside it telling me
that they'd included a new interface, over and above the specs, but I forget if
it was the HDMI or DisplayPort. I'd never used either before. Really tiny and
tight interfaces, both, and probably requiring a protocol like ddc2. There's
actually 8 different switchable interfaces (well, seven really, it's got 2
different DVI's.) You can bring in broadcast video by either RCA jack, SVideo,
or the component video.
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