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Old 05-22-04, 10:01 PM   #7
saqer
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Default Re: Nvidia/X/console problem

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Originally Posted by hamsta
Is the whole computer hanging or only local? Is network still available? If it it, you could take a look deeper into your monitor settings, maybe it's getting out of sync.
hamsta
Not sure. But It is easy to access the computer from my office mate's one. Untill I do so, where shall I look. The x produces no errors at all!

How can I specify the syncs correctly? Shall I add ignore EDID for that purpose? or shall I comment out the modeline in the device section? I did the later and same problem.

By the way, I used the same configuration when I used Fedora 1 and there was no problem, at least appearantly. Only when I had fedora 2 I got this behaviour.
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