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Old 02-03-2011, 04:57 PM   #1
laminatedkitten
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Using fbset params with xfree or xorg


Im currently using XDSL (XBox variant of Damn Small Linux) on an XBox 1.0. I have overscan problems and use the following command to fix it...

fbset -g 1232 672 1232 672 32 -t 13468 244 94 46 27 80 5

Understandable, but graphics refresh/framerates are ridiculously slow to respond. Is there a way to somehow use this information in XFree86 or XORG's config files? If so, that would be great, also, I can include information on the display such as required H and V sync polarities and pixel clocks at other resolutions.
 
  


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