Ziad,

I've never entered any identifier other than the default.  What I
usually find works for me is simply running xf86cfg either from an xterm
window or from within /stand/sysinstall.  I let it run, once it's up, I
simply quit.  XFree86 has always been able to properly detect the
necessary settings.

HTH

Eric F Crist
President
AdTech Integrated Systems, Inc
(612) 998-3588
 

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Sent: Monday, December 08, 2003 3:06 PM
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Subject: It's very important replying me, please

Dear Sir,

My name is Ziad Fazah. Indeed, after having configured adequately 
Freebsd version 5.1 on my pc, I noticed that there was a mistake on the 
non-detection of my Samsung Syncmaster monitor through the XF86Config. 
Thus, I do ask you, whether Freebsd supports Samsung Syncmaster monitor 
or not? Because according to my settings, there was a mistake concerning

my monitor in /etc/X11/XF86Config... It turns out that the question was 
seeking an identifier for my monitor through the XF86Config. Thus, I 
answered:Samsung, but the answer was wrong , therefore, I couldn't 
proceed. So please, tell me what to do,referring to the identifier that 
I do need to write for the monitor, in order to have all settings 
correct in XF86Config. In anyway, I shall be awaiting your response as 
soon as possible, and thanks a lot for your understanding.

                 Sincerely,
                 Ziad Fazah

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