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Old 03-25-2004, 07:16 AM   #1
GitchiManidoo
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Display manager in mandrake like in Windows


I will try to explain what I am looking for.

About a week ago I decided to swap to Linux. I am now running Mandrake 10.0 Comunity. Everything is ok. I`m reading documentation and learning command-line stuff. In two evenings I got my GeForce 4 drivers installed So here is what I want to know... is there equivalent display manager for GeForce like in Windows. Can I manage my screen`s brightnes contrast and color gamma in graphic(it`s called X?) screen just like in Windows? I`ve read about how to set anti-aliaisng adn filtering stuff in terminal... thats ok I think I wiil get on with it but haven`t find enything about screens look.

Hope you`ll understand my bad english
 
Old 03-25-2004, 08:50 AM   #2
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For mdk10 that's pretty easy to do in the kde control center, assuming your using kde and not gnome or some other DE. From the start menu, go to System>Configuration>Configure Your Desktop which will bring up the kde control center. Form there, go to Peripherals>Display>Monitor Gamma.
 
  


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