> I have a older Philips Brilliance monitor that I am trying to use with various
> Linux distros. I am trying to figure out how I would be able to adjust the
> viewing properties, as there are no external controls (dials, knobs, etc) -
> under Windows it is all controlled via software...
> Is anyone familiar with these monitors, and if so, is there any hope for it
> under Linux?
> Mat Riain
It should work fine. I don't have one, but monitorworld.com lists the
hsync/vsync (you may be able to find it on philips' site as well.
This should be all the info you really need, the rest should be configured by
whichever tool your distro uses (Xconfigurator, XF86Setup, etc.)
What kind of problems are you having, the virtual display problem where only
part of your desktop is shown? If so, look here:
The XFree site's other FAQ's may answer any of your other questions as well, but
if not, post what specific problems you are having.