I want to toggle my monitor by switching on and off using Xrandr utility in Suse 9.

With Suse 9, Xrandr utility shows version as 1.1 and there is no option to toggle.
Below is the output of xrandr version 1.1 help:

xrandr --help
usage: xrandr [options]
where options are:
-display <display> or -d <display>
-help
-o <normal,inverted,left,right,0,1,2,3>
or --orientation <normal,inverted,left,right,0,1,2,3>
-q or --query
-s <size>/<width>x<height> or --size <size>/<width>x<height>
-r <rate> or --rate <rate>
-v or --version
-x (reflect in x)
-y (reflect in y)
--screen <screen>
--verbose

Thus, I unistalled xfree86 package from the system and installed Xrandr 1.2.3 and all dependent packages.It was installed sucessfully.

I downloded all the packages from http://www.t2-project.org/packages/7.0/xrandr.html

When I ran xrandr utility, XrandR version was still showing 1.1 only but the --help shows as below:

usage: xrandr [options]
where options are:
-display <display> or -d <display>
-help
-o <normal,inverted,left,right,0,1,2,3>
or --orientation <normal,inverted,left,right,0,1,2,3>
-q or --query
-s <size>/<width>x<height> or --size <size>/<width>x<height>
-r <rate> or --rate <rate> or --refresh <rate>
-v or --version
-x (reflect in x)
-y (reflect in y)
--screen <screen>
--verbose
--dryrun
--prop or --properties
--fb <width>x<height>
--fbmm <width>x<height>
--dpi <dpi>/<output>
--output <output>
--auto
--mode <mode>
--preferred
--pos <x>x<y>
--rate <rate> or --refresh <rate>
--reflect normal,x,y,xy
--rotate normal,inverted,left,right
--left-of <output>
--right-of <output>
--above <output>
--below <output>
--same-as <output>
--set <property> <value>
--off
--crtc <crtc>
--newmode <name> <clock MHz>
<hdisp> <hsync-start> <hsync-end> <htotal>
<vdisp> <vsync-start> <vsync-end> <vtotal>
[+HSync] [-HSync] [+VSync] [-VSync]
--rmmode <name>
--addmode <output> <name>
--delmode <output> <name>

Here the option to toggle using --output and --off is provided.
But, when I ran xrandr it gives error as "Server RandR version before 1.2" .

please, tell me if I am missing anything.

Thanks in Advance,

Mohan Kumar