[Bug 61482] Re: KDE's "System Settings: Display" is useless
thedanyes at yahoo.com
Sun Apr 15 06:04:53 UTC 2007
I have the same problem. I just (in the last 2 hours) downloaded and
installed Kubuntu 7.04 beta from the ISO, loaded the nvidia-glx drivers
from the 'add/remove programs' and then went to configure my 'graphics &
display' in the 'system settings' area. I click 'administrator mode',
enter my password, and then all the buttons along the bottom are
disabled. I found a work around though. If you drag the resolution
slider around, the ok and apply buttons will enable themselves and you
can then make whatever changes you want. I haven't actually verified
that the changes are actually made to the xorg.conf file yet though.
Additional info: AMD x2 4400+ 939 with Biostar nforce4 mb and nvidia
6800 AGP and the only update I've installed to the base install of
Kubuntu so far is the nvidia video driver.
KDE's "System Settings: Display" is useless
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