Trident TGUI9680 and XF331

Trident TGUI9680 and XF331

Post by Mathew E. Kirsc » Tue, 09 Sep 1997 04:00:00



 > I have this card running at 1024x768 and the raster is correctly
 > in the center of the screen. However the image/window is
 > displaced within the raster. The window starts about 1/4 way from the
 > left of the raster and wraps off the right and around to
 > the left again. It's not the raster thats wrapping, but the
 > images/boxes/backgroup etc that are in the wrong place.
 > This happens with fvwm2 and twm.

This sounds like a problem that's addressed in
/usr/lib/X11/doc/VideoModes.doc

 
 
 

Trident TGUI9680 and XF331

Post by Joseph Mac » Sat, 13 Sep 1997 04:00:00


I have this card running at 1024x768 and the raster is correctly
in the center of the screen. However the image/window is
displaced within the raster. The window starts about 1/4 way from the
left of the raster and wraps off the right and around to
the left again. It's not the raster thats wrapping, but the
images/boxes/backgroup etc that are in the wrong place.
This happens with fvwm2 and twm.

Any suggestions?

Thank you
Joe
--
Joseph Mack, SysAdmin, Applied Reasoning, Java & Smalltalk Developers
Cary, NC, 27511, USA. ph (919)-851-7677 (voice), (919)-851-9297 (FAX)


 
 
 

Trident TGUI9680 and XF331

Post by Patrick Mendo » Sun, 14 Sep 1997 04:00:00


: I have this card running at 1024x768 and the raster is correctly
: in the center of the screen. However the image/window is
: displaced within the raster. The window starts about 1/4 way from the
: left of the raster and wraps off the right and around to
: the left again. It's not the raster thats wrapping, but the
: images/boxes/backgroup etc that are in the wrong place.
: This happens with fvwm2 and twm.
:
: Any suggestions?
:
: Thank you
: Joe
: --
: Joseph Mack, SysAdmin, Applied Reasoning, Java & Smalltalk Developers
: Cary, NC, 27511, USA. ph (919)-851-7677 (voice), (919)-851-9297 (FAX)

I usually just adjust my screen with the XVidtune thingy during the
XF86Setup procedure.  Other than that, I'm not sure why it's
happening.  Hope this helps.  :-)

                        -Patrick