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The following is a listing of the Pointer section options: Option Description
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Option Protocol Device BaudRate Emulate3Buttons ChordMiddle ClearDTR and ClearRTS SampleRate
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Description Mouse protocol (Check the XF86Config Man page for complete listing) Device path, such as /dev/mouse or /dev/cua0 Baud rate for serial mouse Enables two-button mouse to emulate a third button when both left and right buttons are pressed at once Three-button mouse configuration on some Logitech mice Clear DTR and RTS lines, valid only for Mouse Systems mice Set the sampling rate (Logitech)
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A Monitor section should exist for each monitor used on your system. The vertical and horizontal frequencies must be accurate, or you can damage your monitor. A Monitor section begins with entries that identify the monitor, such as vendor and model names. The HorizSync and VerRefresh entries are where the vertical and horizontal frequencies are specified. Most monitors can support a variety of resolutions. Those resolutions are specified in the Monitor section by ModeLine entries. A ModeLine entry exists for each resolution. The ModeLine entry has five values, the name of the resolution, its dot clock value, and then two sets of four values, one for the horizontal timing and one for the vertical timing, ending with flags. The flags specify different characteristics of the mode, such as Interlace, to indicate the mode is interlaced, and +hsync and +vsync to select the polarity of the signal.
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ModeLine "name" dotclock horizontal-freq vertical-freq flags
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A sample of a ModeLine entry is shown here. Leaving the entire Monitor section alone is best; rely, instead, on the entries generated by XF86Setup.
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Modeline "800x600" 50.00 800 856 976 1040 600 637 643 666 +hsync +vsync
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Commonly used entries for the Monitor section are listed here: Option Identifier VendorName ModelName HorizSync VerRefresh Gamma ModeLine Description A name to identify the monitor Manufacturer The make and model The horizontal frequency; can be a range or series of values Vertical refresh frequency; can be a range or series of values Gamma correction Specifies a resolution with dotclock, horizontal timing, and vertical timing for that resolution
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A sample Monitor section is shown here:
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Section "Monitor" Identifier "C1025" VendorName "Unknown" ModelName "Unknown" HorizSync 30 - 95 VertRefresh 50 - 160 EndSection
Device
The Device section specifies your video card. It begins with an Identifier entry and an entry for the video card driver. The following example creates an Identifier for a Matrox card called "MGA 1" and then specifies that the mga driver is to be used for it:
Identifier " Matrox|MGA G400 AGP" Driver "mga"
Further entries identify the card, such as VendorName, BoardName, and Chipset. The amount of video RAM is indicated in the VideoRam entry. The Clocks entry lists your clock values. Many different entries can be made in this section, such as Ramdac for a Ramdac chip, if the board has one, and MemBase for the base address of a frame buffer, if it is accessible. See the XF86Config Man pages for a detailed list and descriptions. Although you could safely change a VideoRam entry for example, if you added more memory to your card changing the Clocks entry is not safe. If you get the clock values wrong, you could easily destroy your monitor. Rely on the clock values generated by XF86Setup or other XFree86 setup programs. If the clock values are missing, it means that the server will automatically determine them. This may be the case for newer cards. A sample Device entry is shown here:
Section "Device" Identifier "Matrox|MGA G400 AGP" Driver "mga" BoardName "Unknown" EndSection
ServerLayout
A ServerLayout section has been added with release 4.0 to let you specify the layout of the screens and the selection of input devices. The ServerLayout sections may also include options that are normally found in the ServerFlags section. You can set up several ServerLayout sections and select them from the command line. The following example shows a simple ServerLayout section for a basic configuration:
Section "ServerLayout" Identifier "XFree86 Configured" Screen 0 "Screen0" 0 0 InputDevice "Mouse0" "CorePointer" InputDevice "Keyboard0" "CoreKeyboard" EndSection
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