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Hi, I recently started using Slackware on my PC and am about to install it on a notebook. When I get to the configuration section, what values should I use ...
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    Notebook configuration question


    Hi, I recently started using Slackware on my PC and am about to install it on a notebook. When I get to the configuration section, what values should I use for the horizontal and vertical sync rates? The computer is a Dell 1505 with a 15.4 inch WXGA screen and I'm under the impression that the sync rates apply to CRT monitors.

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    This should be stated in the manual of the notebook.
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    I never had much trouble with the generic driver, your millage may vary though.
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    You can download the manual for it here:

    Documentation

    If the specs you seek aren't in there, I'm not sure where you'll find them, as the product is no longer listed on the Dell website.
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    Ozar, Thanks for the link to the Documentation, it's got the info I need. I appreciate the help.

    gr

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