nvidia - Linux - Resize - Tv-Out

nvidia - Linux - Resize - Tv-Out

Post by amlino2 » Wed, 13 Aug 2003 03:32:16


Hi,

I have RH9 with a nvidia geforce3 vcard. The latest Nvidia drivers
have been installed....

I am using the TV-out (S-Video) as my primary monitor. Everything
works fine, but a small thing that is bugging me. The left/right and
bottow of the screen does fit perfect in my TV screen (50" projection
TV). The top does not. To fit everything perfectly, I would have to
resize/strech the top in about 1", otherwise I will always see the 1"
black bar on the top.

Is there anything that can be done to allow screen resize on Linux?

Thanks.
 
 
 

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