|FROM ||Ruben Safir
|SUBJECT ||Re: [hangout] Fine Tuning Window Display in X
To what degree was the driver not free?
On 2001.12.19 17:01:55 -0500 Jon Bober wrote:
>> Sounds like it might be a driver problem, though I am no expert. I had
>> problem a while back when I used Debian for a while where the fonts in X
>> were all screwed up and I could not read any text. I tried finding
>> information on fonts for a while until someone suggested that I check
>> The problem turned out to be that the driver for my card (ATI Rage 128)
>> was not 100% free for some reason and I had to get it from the Debian
>> non-free destribution. Once I used the correct driver, everything was
>> jon bober.
>> On Tue, 18 Dec 2001 11:26:00 -0500
>> Joe Villari wrote:
>>> How do I fine tune my olvwm windows that display in X?
>>> Right now I've got abot a 2 inch grey bar at the top and lots of open
>>> windows that are half on half off the display are. If I try to use
>>> the mouse it seems to erasre what is ever there to the desktop color.
>>> The man pages don't seem to address this. Using so info from my SuSE
>>> box's XF86Config file I've been able to get this far but that's it.
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