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I have installed Suse 9, but there is no "driver" in the dist for my LG Flatron F700P display. I have tried drivers for other LG displays but these all ...
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    LG Flatron F700P on Suse Linux


    I have installed Suse 9, but there is no "driver" in the dist for my LG Flatron F700P display. I have tried drivers for other LG displays but these all give poor display results. I have searched for one on Google with no luck. Is it possible to create a driver myself in some way ? Or is there some other way out ?

    Any advice appreciated.....Linux Newbie !

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    you cooould write your own driver, but Monitors don't need them generaly, VGA is a standard. Its more likely that you xfree.conf or xorg.conf is not correctly configured, generaly flatscreens don't respond very well to the probes that create the automatic configuration.
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    F700P debian sarge

    Quote Originally Posted by kkubasik
    you cooould write your own driver, but Monitors don't need them generaly, VGA is a standard. Its more likely that you xfree.conf or xorg.conf is not correctly configured, generaly flatscreens don't respond very well to the probes that create the automatic configuration.
    I install Debian sarge my video card is Nvidia mx400 I go to Nvidia site and download last driver for linux
    I install Nvidia driver everthing is OK I have Nvidia logo when I want login
    but I have problem My resolution is 1024x768
    But my refresh rate is 75

    How I can change it to 85 (refresh rate)

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