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Re: Signal Out of Range

  • Subject: Re: Signal Out of Range
  • From: Roy Schestowitz <newsgroups@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Sat, 24 Dec 2005 08:46:51 +0000
  • Newsgroups: alt.os.linux.suse
  • Organization: schestowitz.com / MCC / Manchester University
  • References: <Betamax_man.20j9fc@dev.null.thisishull.net> <pan.2005.>
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__/ [Valentin Guillen] on Saturday 24 December 2005 08:08 \__

> On Sat, 24 Dec 2005 07:18:30 +0000, Betamax_man wrote:
>> Well, as there have not been any replies in over three weeks, SuSE 10 is
>> dumped.  If Novell can't provide support for LCD monitors they don't
>> deserve to be in the market place!! Have now installed Free Mandriva 2006.
>> Doesn't look quite as good as SuSE but...
>> Mandriva works.
> Ah....You've found something that works for your needs.  That's great!
> And what'w even better is that it's *STILL* GNU/Linux!
> I happen to think that there is no *best* linux; rather, there are
> different distributions which can or might be best for individual needs
> and preferences.
> I'm sure you'll be happy with it, because when all is said and done, there
> is only *one* Linux, with differing ways in which it is implemented.  I'm
> quite sure there will be aspects of Mandriva you really prefer, and
> aspects which you see and understand to be more to your liking in any
> other distribution, but it's wonderful that you have *choice!*

I  used  Mandrake in the past. The experience was similar to that of  SuSE
(no YaST in Mandriva IIRC), so I am sure you will be more than comfortable
moving  to SuSE, Red Hat or even Kubuntu whenever you wish to do so in the
future. You found a GNU/Linux distribution that suits you, which is great.
Have you tried the stable SuSE 9.3? Maybe it is something to try over your

If  it  makes you feel any better, I have recently seen Windows  installa-
tions  that could not detect monitors properly, which led to flickering at
>600x800.  I also saw Ubuntu struggling with resolution at times. I  think
Ubuntu  notorious  for that because I get hundreds of hits on my site  for
the search term 'ubuntu resolution'.


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