[olug] All-in-one computers
rob.townley at gmail.com
Mon Jan 28 22:13:03 UTC 2013
Or is that xrandr problem that about all distros appeared to have?
Xrandr --add --verbose
Google xrandr add display?
... I have used to get Linux to display resolutions that are not there for
some reason. If I find the Scripts I used for adding this in, I will post.
In Linux, I could do something about it., I have 19" monitors that are
hooked via KVM to identical HPDL380g4 machines. Win2008r2 and now Win2012
will Max out at 1024x768. I spent a heck of a great deal of time trying
adjust drivers. No luck.
So I use the Linux based HPdl380g4 machines connected to the same KVM to
connect to rdesktop to get 1280x1024 on windows.
On Monday, January 28, 2013, T. J. Brumfield <enderandrew at gmail.com> wrote:
> I installed OpenSUSE on my mother's all-in-one about two years back. All
> the hardware worked just fine, including the touch-screen except for one
> small problem.
> With newer releases, the intel video driver doesn't support the resolution
> of the screen. Older kernels (without KMS) and older intel drivers work
> just fine. So I can't update her computer.
> I filed it as a distro and kernel bug and never heard back on either.
> On Mon, Jan 28, 2013 at 10:49 AM, Bill Brush <bbrush at gmail.com> wrote:
>> Has anyone installed Linux on a all-in-one? My wife wants an all-in-one
>> a very small case desktop but she also wants Linux because she likes the
>> immunity from 99% of malware. Plus after using it for years she's as
>> comfortable using it as she ever was Windows.
>> We're looking at the Dells, but I'm not married to them yet.
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