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Old 7th August 2008, 08:04 PM
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Screen resolution FC8 on HP Proliant ML 110 G4

Hi there,

I'm having trouble to with screen resolution on HP Proliant ML 10 G4.
After installing FC 8, i have to change manually the driver to "vesa" and add Modes "1024x768" in /etc/X11/xorg.conf to get a poor 640x480 screen resolution display!

I want to switch over between various resolution at my convenience... but can't do it actually, since there is only "640x480" option showing through the GUI.

Can anyone have this trouble,or can help me with some tips?
Many thanks!!
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