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Old 08-07-06, 11:50 AM   #1
Tonyt1234563
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Join Date: Aug 2006
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Default I have a dream...

... It is to find a working xorg.conf file

Would this be great:

A graphical utility that allows you to configure your nvidia (pirate) video card settings in xorg with full support for HD, multiple output, etc. Include the NVIDIA utility that allows you to resize your screen to fit the picture exactly on your TV with the large arrows. This exists and works great for windows, just because I want to use linux doesn't mean I don't want those tools.

My problem is that there are so many xorg.conf options I feel like a full time tester learning way more than I ever planned to learn about video cards. After all I'm trying to enable a STANDARD HD setup without overscan and working video. Not that I mind knowledge, but it is a hell of a hoop to require people to jump through.
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