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Of course you can, this is Linux. Of course you may have to recompile your X 
program to do it. (I am not aware of any .rc or conf file that does it.)

Pixel count of height and width. Remember (S)VGA is analog, not digital so 
it's time per pixel, not bits per. So you set that in the XF86config or your 
distribution's equivalent of it.
Chris Ness
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