F15 - Video problems [SEMI-SOLVED]
I finally found the source of my video problems with F15.
My 1680x1050 monitor was hooked to a Belkin KVM. Somehow, this ended up
making the system think I had 2 displays, a 1680x1050 and a 1280x1024
(no, these is no 1280x1024 monitor, I assume the KVM is braindead). Of
course, KMS used the wrong display info. I discovered this by running
xrandr with no arguments.
After removing the KVM (which I don't actually need), the video is fine.
If I needed the KVM, well that would be a problem.
I hope this helps someone.
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