command for brand of monitor
On Wed, Jul 2, 2008 at 4:50 PM, Jerry Geis <email@example.com> wrote:
>> >/ Is there a linux command that would tell me what model of monitor is
>> />/ presently attached to my computer?
>> />/ Thought about automating different setups based on the monitor
>> />/ connected. X config files basically.
>> />/ />/ Could be done with different kickstart files - but would like to
>> not go
>> />/ there if I dont have to.
>> />/ />/ Jerry
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> yum did not find xresprobe, tried downoading source and compiling that went
> no-where also.
> I see the monitor type being printed when anaconda is installing.
> How can I execute the same command it does so I can get the monitor
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Wouldn't kudzu do that? Can't test it as I'm not near a Linux machine
right now. -p will only probe and print to the screen (as you can
also use kudzu to configurehardware according to the man pages).
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