Subject: Re: Retina & X11
To: Alessandro Soldo <sold0001@Uni-Trier.de>
From: None <email@example.com>
Date: 12/15/1994 12:30:09
> I'm always reading that a lot of people are running X-Windows in
> Highresolutions, but I can't find a way to change the Resolution.
> I tried the Options, even a RetinaMonitor File. But nothing helps.
> X Always opens with 640x480 Pixels and ~ 70 Hz. I'm Using an
> A 4000-040, Retina Z3 and X11R6. I tried Xamiga (works fine for the
> amiga graphics, Xamiga24, XamigaR6 (seem to be the same) and
> XamigaRetina-beta (opens only on amiga graphics, if I set options
> I get the feeling that they are completely ignored.)
At least Xamiga24 and XamigaR6 (which are my creations:-)) don't use a
RetinaMonitor File. You have to either fix the grf_rt3.c (or
grf_rh.c depending on your NetBSD release) driver to enable setting of a
videomode when in gfx-mode (see the grf_rt3.c in sys-dev.tar.gz) to be
able to use "-mode 7" (as an example), OR patch the gfx-defaults variable
in your kernel to use a different mode (dunno the name in the 1.0 driver).
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