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XF86Config and laptop docking stations

If you figure it out, let me know.  Best I could do was to set both
monitor frequency settings to 60MHz...  I think it works then, but I don't

There's also a deal where if you open the laptop display while in the
docking station, and then close it, the thing might work....  It's a
hosed process I don't understand!

John Abreau wrote:
> My boss has a Thinkpad 600X running Caldera, and I fixed his XF86Config
> file by downloading what I found on the linux laptops web page. It works
> fine as a standalone machine, but when he puts it in the docking station,
> he can't get X to start. Presumably I need to define a second monitor
> definition.

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