Tool for probing and parsing monitor EDID
Monitor-edid is a tool for probing and parsing Extended display
identification data (EDID) from monitors.
For more information about EDID, see http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/EDID
EDID (Extended Display Identification Data) is a VESA standard data format
that contains information about a monitor and its capabilities.
The information is stored in the monitor and is used to communicate with the
system through a Display Data Channel (DDC), which sites between the monitor
and the PC graphics adapter.
- RedHat kudzu ddcprobe
- SuSE hwinfo
Linux Real Mode Interface
This library provides a DPMI like interface under Linux and *BSD systems
using vm86. There is also some VBE (VESA Bios Extension) interface utility
2, Supported systems
Only under x86:
* Linux 2.2 and above
Look into the individual source files.
Version 2.5 - 18 October 2009
o disable glx module to speed up X startup, especially if a proprietary
glx module is in use (fixes a timeout observed by Anssi Hannula)
o use -sharevts for X server when plymouth is active, as VT switching
does not work at that point (fixes Mandriva bug #53736)
Version 2.4 - 1 October 2009
o ignore the M
GNU GENERAL PUBLIC LICENSE
Version 3, 29 June 2007
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