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Re: [TCLUG:5713] XF86Config and gdm

You can add
DefaultColorDepth 16
to your /etc/X11/XF86Config.  Then you don't need to pass the argument.


On Fri, 30 Apr 1999, Ben Luey wrote:

> Well now that I have redhat 6.0 working right (downgraded procmail and it
> works fine now) I'd like to try out gdm. The problem is my XF86Config file
> always tries to load X in 8bit color and fails because I don't it properly
> configured for 8bit. I normally run 'startx -- -bpp 16` and it works fine.
> I just added "-bpp 16" to the serverargs in startx so now I can run startx
> and X starts fine in 16bit. But gdm tries to load in 8 big and fails. How
> can I pass this argument to gdm?
> Thanks for all the help,
> Ben
> Ben Luey
> ICQ: 19144397
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