Description of problem:
I am using a Geforce 6600 GT on an asrock 939S56-M motherboard with 2 screens
one is a Belina 102035W which was recognised by FC5 but no longer by FC6t3 and
the other is not recognised or listed it's a LG Flatron L1915S , I got several
problems with those , well the installer doesn't recognize it, and we can't
change monitor until after a yum update , the Belina works but it's a wide
screen so the bottom part the of the image is cropped. By Default xorg put a
resolution of 1400x1024 which is not the good resolution for the belina which
is optimised for 1280x1024 , well first bug is the "setup" of the Belina
102035W , the second bug occurs when I try to boot with a dual screen config,
I setup the second screen as generic LCD 1280x1024, I put 1280x1024 resolution
and million color, I do init 3 , init 5 and X just refuse to start , I tried
to install nvidia driver ( didn't complete unsuccessfull install)
nothing seem to work with the dual screen settings
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
1. Install Blank FC6t3
2. yum update to lastest at this date
3. try setup dual screen
4. notice the wrong settings of the Belina 102035W
5. restart X
First Screen ( Belina ) not usuable because of off screen image
Second Screen not working
Two working monitor with extention like on windows
I can mail the xorg.conf if necessary I forgot to rappatriate it from linux to
Created attachment 134357 [details]
/var/log/messages and /var/log/Xorg.0.log
Please do attach the xorg.conf, I'm not sure how this could ever happen.
Also, the nv driver does not support dualhead; this is a known bug upstream.
Nonetheless X shouldn't be crashing in the manner shown in your log.
Reporter, please provide the information requested in comment #2.
Well problem seems solved for the border of the screen , but it's still not
detected as Belinea 10 20 35W . Can't provide xorg.conf. Will test again and
provide feedback later today. Screen is identified by a number I'll hand over.
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