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Old 30 May 2008, 20:39   #1
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fedora & e-uae (nvidia)

E-UAE with nv (xorg) drivers works great in Full Screen (AGA mode)

Now that new nvidia proprietary drivers came to Fedora 9, I found a big speed increase when the sdl is enabled in .rc, but when going to Full Screen it says "resolution not supported" in my monitor! - thats odd, because with nv drivers everything works fine and I have a lot more screen resolutions now, with "nvidia". With fedora 8 I had the same problem.

Well, does anybody has the same problem? Fix solution? Modeline? (I put the resolution in .rc full screen@800x600)

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I found (probably the most silly) workaround.
It's called Ubuntu 8 - I didnt want to change, but 'oh well!', Ubuntu is in fact amazing.

(And the emulation with same .rc is faster than with F9)
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