I have been using Fedora 9 recently. And I really wanna say, it is great.
So as soon as Fedora 10 is released, I get it installed on my PC.
Well, here comes the problem:
No options related to wide-screen (16:10, Samsung T220P) resolution is listed. But under Fedora 9, a 1440x900 resolution which is my favourite is available.
So, has any one got the same trouble?
I'm not sure what prompted you to ask this question. I mean did you face problem with widescreen display in Fedora recently.
I have a Widescreen laptop and Fedora 10 does display fine. The resolution i'm working on is 1280x768
I guess you surely would like Fedora 10, working fine for me till now with its best new feature ( for me) its excellent boot time. Its really quick.
I've never seen a Linux distribution that has XOrg without widescreen support. So, I suppose the answer is yes.
Thanks for your replies.
Sure, F10 is really excellent. Well, I simply can't set a 1440x900 resolution (16:10), but I can set this under F9. So, it is due to the driver? Or can I make a kernel modification to the kernel?
I ask this question, because if I set a 1920x1200 resolution, the fonts seem too small. So I'd prefer 1440x900.
It's probably something in your /etc/X11/xorg.conf file but I wouldn't know exactly what you should change.
I am using Fedora on a wide screen monitor. i think fresh install already takes care of it. if you want to reset and start again,
keep backup copy of xorg.conf.
run system-config-display as root
and it should be straightforward from there.
post you finidings...