Screen illegible after upgrading from DVD FC11 to FC12 :confused:
Can someone please share with me their xorg.conf for a LG L192WS monitor and Nvidia GeForce8600GT graphics card.
Many thanks :)
on 12/02/2009 – Made popular on 12/02/2009
How do I go about removing the old f11 rpm stuff after an upgrade? I have several packages from fc11 that are newer than what is on the fc12 (probably because of updates), so several things still show up as fc11. Why isn't the fc12 updated at least to the newest or newer stuff in fc11?
Greetings. I've been trying to upgrade my installation for some time now and just can't quite get it right. I would upgrade from the DVD but the installer hangs when it says "Looking for installation images on CD device /dev/sr0". However, that's not really my question.
I would like to ask for Your help. I need someone with greater knowledge over Arch than i have. I have problem with either xorg.conf or 10-monitor.conf. As a matter of fact, now xorg.conf is deprecated so more important is 10-monitor conf.
I have nvidia GTX260 card with newest nvidia drivers. I have 2 DVI's on this card, for an exmaple: DVI-0 nad DVI-1.
I've got a Dell Inspiron 9300 with an nvidia GeForce Go 6800 graphics card. I'm using a Toshiba 20HL85 TV as a second monitor. I have the latest driver (185.18.36). My computer sees my TV as a CRT and doesn't list 1280x720 as one of the supported resolutions. I had the same problem in Windows, but managed to solve the problem on my own.
What to do? After preupgrade and update fc11->fc12, system has a mixture (oh yeah) of fc11 packages and fc12 new ones. Dependencies problems, and even by removing, reinstalling packages sometimes it's picking up fc11 ones.
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My hardware in a nutshell is:
Gigabyte Mobo, Award bios, AMD BE 550.
I am using the onboard ATI VGA, the realtek onboard audio out.
FC11 runs fine in this environment, couldn't be happier.
But, during a full install of FC12 anaconda stops with a message that says