gtf - calculate VESA GTF mode lines


   gtf  h-resolution  v-resolution  refresh  [-v|--verbose]  [-f|--fbmode]


   Gtf is a utility for calculating VESA GTF  modes.   Given  the  desired
   horizontal  and  vertical  resolutions  and  refresh  rate (in Hz), the
   parameters for a matching VESA GTF mode are printed  out.   Two  output
   formats  are  supported:  mode lines suitable for the Xorg xorg.conf(5)
   file, and mode parameters suitable for the Linux fbset(8) utility.


           Enable verbose printouts  This shows a trace for each  step  of
           the computation.

           Print  the  mode  parameters as Xorg-style mode lines.  This is
           the default format.

           Print the mode parameters in a format suitable for fbset(8).


   xorg.conf(5), cvt(1)


   Andy Ritger.

   This program is based  on  the  Generalized  Timing  Formula  (GTF(TM))
   Standard Version: 1.0, Revision: 1.0.  The GTF Excel(TM) spreadsheet, a
   sample (and the definitive) implementation of the GTF  Timing  Standard
   is available at <>.


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