> It looks like I am using the m64 and the M64config utility does seem to
> change the resolution and refresh rate. However, after a reboot it goes
> back to the default which is 1152x900x66. I'd like to force it to
> something lower and have it remain that way after a reboot. Any ideas?
> I don't use a Window system.
>> In article
>> > I have a Sun Ultra 10 that I need to change (lower) the refresh rate
>> > on if that's even possible. I'm finding my KVM switch won't always
>> > sync correctly to my monitor when the Ultra 10 is powered up. Tech
>> > support sugested lowering the refresh rate. Is this possible and can
>> > it be maintained after a reboot?
>> > -Mike
>> Try this:
>> prtconfig -F
>> this show you what kind of framebuffer you use (it's not everytime
>> if you get the first version, try ffbconfig -help if you get the second
>> one, try m64config -help (or the man page)
OK, try this:
on a terminal after the Solaris box is up and running, type
if the system is not on a multiuser mode, type on the OBP