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I just installed Mepis Linux with Intel 810 Graphics card. Every thing went fine but the resoulution is only 800x600, though my moniter supports 1024x768 at 60 Hz ( non-interlaced ). when I opened the /etc/X11/XF86Config file, every thing else can be understood but the mode could not be. Some of the lines are
This problem is solved by replacing 75 and 85 on the third and fourth ModeLine to 60, which are refresh rates( I think). It worked, but there is still some flicker. Could anyone tell me what this Modeline stands for ? and could my flicker problem be solved?
And could anyone suggest a tool which tells about the Horizontal and vertical frequencies of my moniter? I'm having trouble when i am installing different distros of linux
I just had to put up with the i810 driver... I have my kde client running at 1024x768, but I had to set it once I got into KDE by going to the control center modules icon on the toolbar then to periphrials, and then set it there. That is despite having my xserver configured to display in 1024x768...