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Old 08-04-2003, 08:17 AM   #1
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linux display 32 bit graphix

is there any possibility that my Redhat system can display at 32 bits instead at 24. when i try to rdesktop to a windows xp system, i can't go higher than 16 because my display is working at 24, for xp the next step is 32 which is not compatible.
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I read somewhere that 24bits on Linux was the same as 32bits in Windows. I can't tell you where I read that. Maybe some knows if this is true?
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