NEdit - the multi-purpose X Window System editor. Xorg RandR 1.2. Overview X RandR is used to configure which display ports are enabled (e.g.
LCD, VGA and DVI), and to configure display modes and properties such as orientation, reflection and DPI. This is the simplest and most powerful way to get multi-monitor systems working using recent versions of Linux such as Ubuntu 7.10 and Fedora 8 with graphics chipsets such as the Intel 945GM/GMS and ATI Radeon found in Thinkpads. xrandr is the command line interface to the RandR X extension. As usual with X, good documentation is hard to find; first try the following commands: $ xrandr --help $ man xrandr for Intel graphics: $ man intel for ATI graphics: $ man radeon The rest of this page refers to a laptop with a built in 1024x768 pixel screen and an external 1600x1200 VGA monitor. Supported drivers Ubuntu 7.10 Gutsy Gibbon X.org intel driver, version ???
Xorg.conf Recent versions of xorg.conf intended for use with xrandr 1.2 considerably simplify the video section of the configuration. . $ sudo X -configure Hint: SourceForge.net: easystroke » home. Cairo - introduction.