On Sat, 7 Feb 1998, Ugo Paternostro wrote:
> WARNING: I sent this message a week ago, but I got no answer. Sorry for this
> second (and last) post.
This should really go to the XFree86 people since it's not directly
related to FreeBSD.
> The laptop has a Cirrus Logic CL-GD7548 SVGA chip with 1 MB memory and an
> 800x600 DSTN LCD panel.
> When I start the X server, the screen appears (about) 70 pixel shifted to the
> right, with a black border on the left side, and a lot of (waving) horizontal
> Luckly, if I switch the output to the external monitor connector and than back
> to the LCD, it becames perfectly clear and stable, without the 70 pixels offset.
You need to get the X server to reset the display after initializing the
graphics mode. Can you exit and restart the X server to cure the problem?
Doug White | University of Oregon
Internet: email@example.com | Residence Networking Assistant
http://gladstone.uoregon.edu/~dwhite | Computer Science Major
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