[tlinux-users 00496] Re: Linux on a Portege 3505
mavidal at mac.com
Tue Mar 2 04:17:54 JST 2010
On Feb 26, 2010, at 22:35 , Chris Hermansen wrote:
> No idea if this will work for you but check out this article:
> About midway down it talks about how changing screen orientation
> generates an ACPI event, and how you can make that trigger the xrandr
> command to change orientation.
Thank you for your time and the link. I tried what was suggested in
the wiki and the only ACPI trap that is sent is the battery status.
Rotating the screen and laying flat generates nothing.
I was just looking to see if I can get rotation supported in the
display attributes since it says no rotation. If I can manually
rotate the screen that would be a plus. Having rotate automatically
would be great but it is not a requirement for me at this time.
I wonder if the guru's at toshiba have any ideas, have not heard
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