I have the same problem as previously described, with extras...
I use a laptop with a dock. Under the previous edition of Fedora (11)
I could put the laptop in the dock with the lid shut, turn it on, and
the display attached to the dock would be detected and show as a clone
of the laptop screen with the laptop screen's resolution. I could
then set the screen res via an xrandr command and all was well.
Now the non-X detects the screen but it's gone as soon as X fires up,
which is clearly the same problem as discussed here. I have to have
the laptop lid open, set everything manually and then close the lid,
with a 1 in 3 chance of both screens going black and me having to
powercycle the box.
I've looked at the posts and bug reports but can't work out how to fix
my problem from them.
There are no StartupCommand lines anywhere in my config dir I can
find. Should I make some, and if so what? I want the dock screen to
be enabled, but the choice as to whether to set resolution as I may
use the laptop without the dock. I prefer the dock screen to be a
clone of the laptop one, not off to one side.
The krandrrc says this, even when VGA1 is disabled in the system
So I want the VGA1 screen to be enabled on X start, but to have the
resolution the same until I manually set it with /usr/bin/xrandr
--output VGA1 --mode 1680x1050_60.00
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