Ati rage/radeon tv out configuration program
help: Shows this help. vbe: Show some information about the VESA BIOS Extension (VBE). tvout: Shows some information about the TV Out connector. standard: Shows some information about the used TV standard. pal*: Sets PAL mode. ntsc*: Sets NTSC mode. detect: Shows a list of attached displays. active: Shows a list of all active displays. auto: Activates all attached displays, deactivates all others. off: Deactives all displays. l,c,t,lc,lt,ct,lct: Activates the specified display, deactivates all others. (l = LCD; c = CRT; t = TV)
Use the flags -f and -r for forcing Rage Mobility/Rage \s-1LT\s0 resp. Radeon/R128 mode. * Not available on Radeon/Rage 128.
You may specifiy more than one command on the command line. An example:
atitvout pal auto
This command line automatically enables an attached \s-1TV\s0 and sets it to \s-1PAL\s0 mode.
\s-1PLEASE\s0 \s-1NOTE:\s0 When using the ati driver of XFree 4.1 you should rerun this utility always after having changed the screen resolution with C-A-+ or C-A--. Otherwise the displays may go nuts.
\s-1PLEASE\s0 \s-1NOTE:\s0 Not all \s-1ATI\s0 adapters support all of these commands. Please try them all before complaining.
\s-1PLEASE\s0 \s-1NOTE:\s0 Most cards do not allow to activate non attached displays. All calls to atitvout will fail if you try to enable displays which do not show up in 'atitvout detect'.
\s-1PLEASE\s0 \s-1NOTE:\s0 Not all adapters seem to support simultaneously using \s-1TV\s0 and \s-1LCD\s0 from within Linux. Thus 'lt' may fail, while 'l' and 't' succeed. In this case 'auto' will fail too. In fact 'auto' works only on very few adapters.
Author of this manpage is Ola Lundqvist <[email protected]>