Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 156344
refresh rate 0Hz
Last modified: 2007-11-30 17:11:05 EST
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User-Agent: Mozilla/5.0 (X11; U; Linux i686; en-US; rv:1.7.7) Gecko/20050417 Fedora/1.7.7-1.3.1
Description of problem:
i am doing #xrandr and the response i get is
SZ: Pixels Physical Refresh
*0 1024 x 768 ( 347mm x 260mm ) *0
1 800 x 600 ( 347mm x 260mm ) 0
2 640 x 480 ( 347mm x 260mm ) 0
Current rotation - normal
Current reflection - none
Rotations possible - normal
Reflections possible - none
obviouslyy ther is a problem refresh rate of laptops is always 60 Hz. i have a toshiba A15-s129. Intelï¿½ 852GM Chipset. 32 meg shared memory.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
1.boot into gnome
2.#xrandr in terminal
Actual Results: i printed it above
Expected Results: refresh rate should have been 60
Hmm. You generally can not change the refresh rate on Intel hardware,
as the video driver is limited to what the BIOS provides. Not sure if
what you're seeing is a real bug, or due to this limitation in the Intel
driver. If the latter however, the output of xrandr could probably be
more clear about it.
Can you attach your X server log file and config file? Once we've got
those, we'll try to determine if this behaviour is expected or not.
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xrandr output from Fujitsu-Siemens Amilo Pro V2000
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X log from Fujitsu-Siemens Amilo Pro V2000
This and the above is from FC3, xorg-x11-6.8.2-1.FC3.13
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the conig file you asked for
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the log file
all text file attachments should be mimetype "text/plain" so they can
be viewed in the web browser by clicking on them. Please fix.
Thanks in advance.
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the xorg logfile
there you go
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there is the second one
The file attachments in comment #10 and 11 are unreadable.
As mentioned above, the refresh rate only shows up correctly when it
can be determined. When it can not be determined, the xrandr utility
displays 0Hz. This is a cosmetic issue only, however if you would prefer
xrandr to display "N/A" (for not available) or some other more friendly
output, you can file a bug in the X.Org bugzilla at:
http://bugs.freedesktop.org in the "xorg" component, and an X.Org developer
will review your request.
Setting status to NOTABUG, as it has been determined this is not a bug,
but a cosmetic issue only.