Replacing windows XP at home.
joshua.lewis at familyfunzone.net
Thu Aug 3 13:05:10 UTC 2006
That is what I have. I got it out of the handbook. however I may have
forgotten the quotes. I will try it tonight.
Now there are several duplicates of that section. Should I updated
each one for each resolution and each color depth? Should there be
only one? If I add one for each resolution and color depth combo is
there a way to switch the resolution in the WM?
Thanks for the input.
-------- Original Message --------
Subject: Re: Replacing windows XP at home.
From: "Nikolas Britton" <nikolas.britton at gmail.com>
Date: Wed, August 02, 2006 1:01 pm
To: "Joshua Lewis" <joshua.lewis at familyfunzone.net>
Cc: "Andrew Gould" <andrewgould at yahoo.com>, "Jerry McAllister"
<jerrymc at clunix.cl.msu.edu>, tech.junk at verizon.net,
freebsd-questions at freebsd.org
On 8/2/06, Joshua Lewis <joshua.lewis at familyfunzone.net> wrote:
> I am actually not looking for a Windows look alike. I am
> replacing my XP system with a BSD solution. I am looking for a
> easy to configure and fun WM. I am absolutely looking for
> new to use. not Windows like. That is why I was looking at
> enlightenment and fluxbox. but there are just so many I was
> get ideas as to why one would choose one over the other. Other
> personal preference. I have been using enlightenment for about
> and perhaps it is something I did but my resolution is stuck
> 1600x1280 at 65Hz. My monitor keeps getting mad at me and
> that is not the recommended solution. I have been trying to
> how to change it and I have updated the xorg.conf as the
> but it still defaults. Unless anyone has an idea why I am
> switch to fluxbox and see how that feels.
> I did want to mention that I do agree with your point. I am
> for something new and I am looking to experiment with other
> doing things. But at the same time I would like a little eye
> After all with today's power full systems there is nothing
> waisting a few CPU cycles to make the experience a little more
> I will certainly give XFCE a try I have seen allot of
> for that as well.
> Joshua Lewis
/etc/X11/xorg.conf should look sorta like this, yours should have
Display SubSections in it:
Viewport 0 0
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