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Old 04-20-2003, 11:43 AM   #1
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RedHat8/9 screen frequency

Do You know where are ALL graph modes defined in rh8/9?
In rh7 apps and libs (as frozen-bubble and SDL) were allowed to change their graphics modes only to those in XF86Config. In rh9 they gives me 60Hz (only after I switch to full screen, X display is ok). After I re-define my modes nameing them "m1280x1024", "m1024x768"(...) (I used to use this in rh7 and Debian) nothing changed. How to fix this? I need 85 Hz at last in full-screen frozen-bubble, Neverwinter Nights (native linux client), and xmms plugins. Please help.


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