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Old 12th December 2011
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Default X11 with VESA or graphic card HD5870 driver with 1440x900 resolution does not work


I got some problems with my xorg.conf config on my 1440x900 screen with my HD 5870 card. The best resolution I can use is: 1280x1024 (xrandr shows me this resolution as max value)

I'm comin from gentoo/debian/archlinux distributions and know that there ati drivers are in use for my screenresolution.

It works there with entering:
driver "ati" Modes "1440x900"
or things like this. Here with openBSD, things seem to be different. I startet my journey here:

Sorry, this forum is not very friendly for new users due to URL posting restriction. So I have to do it this way:

First of all, I started here:

and went over to this page
to try new things out.

Here is my xorg.conf:

and here is my logfile for X:

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