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Monitor auto-detect Ubuntu

I am currently running Ubuntu 15.04 on my desktop machine with two monitors attached. One monitor is NOT directly connected to my machine but wired through a HDMI-switch (so I can connect my PS4 or ...
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Built-in display issue - Linux Mint on iMac (late 2009)

I successfully installed Linux Mint 17.3 Cinnamon 64-bit on my old iMac 21.5" (late 2009). When booting into Linux Mint (Live USB or installed version) there is still a bug: The built-in display ...
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Why not display characters which I typed in tty? [duplicate]

I pressed CtrlAltF1 to enter TTY1. I worked a while mainly on vim, then my shell (bash) stops echoing. If I type echo abc it does not get display. Instead I get a screen like this: How do I fix ...
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Unset or change default “re-detect monitors” windows+p cinnamon keybinding using gsettings

I'm trying to unset or change the default Windows+P (or to be more exact Meta+P) "re-detect monitors" cinnamon keybinding via gsettings, but having a hard time finding it in the gsettings tree. In the ...
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How to install DisplayLink driver on LinuxMint 17.3

I have a USB 3.0 docking station connected with my laptop having LinuxMint 17.3. I can't manage to install DisplayLink driver on it. I could make it work with Ubuntu 15.04, but with LinuxMint it wan't ...
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How to re-enable a monitor via command ine

To give some background, I almost exclusively use docking stations with my laptop. I have a few monitors connected to the docking station and always have my laptop closed when in this configuration. ...
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Kali Linux Screen Flickering Colors After Installation?

So I just installed Kali Linux from a USB. Everything went fine, the installation completed and my PC restarted, still everything file. Then it lets me chose Kali Linux to boot from GNU Grub and I ...
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Setting up LVDS display for debian jessie

I am just trying to setup my debian 8.2 stable in my Intel(R) Atom(TM) CPU N2600 @ 1.60GHz. The installation goes smooth without any issues. For this system , we are planning to use DUAL display ...
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Is framebuffer/vbe resolution a property of monitor or graphics hardware?

I have an AMD Radeon HD 4650 Graphics hardware, and a LCD monitor with an odd native resolution of 1440x900. I use debian stable on this system. When not using the firmware-linux-nonfree package, ...
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CentOS 7 blurry, fuzzy screen

I just installed CentOS 7 to Dell Optiplex 780 and I have problem with display. I am using two screens and they are quite blurry, fuzzy. You can see the problem (look at the terminal) - ...
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Cinnamon running without video hardware acceleration after moving HD to a new PC

I have just upgraded my PC. It was an old intel Q8400 with an nvidia graphics card. I changed the CPU (now an i3-6300) + Motherboard, and ditched the graphics card (want to use intel's graphics card ...
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gray highlighting is gone

Gray text highlighting no longer works on my Debian/stretch system. Neither in Emacs for indicating the selected region, nor here in the browser editor for text within backticks. Which system level ...
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Angstrom on beaglebone black, no output on LCD7 module

I've just compiled Angstrom from source: git clone git://github.com/Angstrom-distribution/setup-scripts.git cd setup-scripts ./oebb.sh config beaglebone . environment-angstrom-v2014.12 ...
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Ubuntu - Xrandr doesn't change my resolution

I'm trying to change my resolution using xrandr command line but when I type in a terminal xrandr --output LVDS1 --mode 1600x900_60.00 (which I added using --addmode), it doesn't change my resolution ...
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Arch linux DisplayPort external monitor not working

I got a problem with my secondary monitor (1680x1050) on Arch linux. When I connect my external monitor to HDMI it works fine, but when I connect it to DisplayPort (I tried it also on windows, works ...
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“--scale 2x2” in xrandr causes the monitor to not display anything

I've got a 4k external main monitor and I'm trying to connect a 1680x1050 external monitor to the left of it. I've tried using: xrandr --output HDMI-0 --scale 2x2 --pos 0x0 --fb 7200x2160 ...
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Is it possible to have xrandr in different modes based on workspace?

Is it possible to have xrandr at --right-of the screen in workspace1 and --same-as at workspace2? (I'm using openbox) If you interested why i want to do this: I'm having a presentation and i need to ...
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Installing Linux onto Teclast X80H x86 tablet

I'm trying to install Linux (any linux, but preferrably Ubuntu Mate) onto my cheap tablet Teclast X80H, which came preinstalled with WIN8/Android x86. Main specs are: CPU: Intel Bay Trail, 1830 MHz, ...
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How to manually configure a monitor in CentOS7, attached via KVM?

I have a fresh desktop install of CentOS7 with Gnome 3. I need to use this machine with a KVM but for some reason CentOS7 cannot detect my monitor through the KVM I have, so it defaults to "Unknown ...
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enable external display on FreeBSD console

tl;dr, I'd like to use the external display with FreeBSD 10.0 on an HP Pavilion g7-2270us. Don't care if it's mirrored or I have to select one or the other. Here's the symptoms: When a display is ...
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How to get a human-readable (e.g. RGB) value from `\e]11;?\a`?

The string \e]11;?\a presumably yields the current terminal's background color, but I have not found a way to use this information to get the color in a human-readable (e.g. RGB) format. I did try ...
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Set the bash display [while using GNU Screen utility] to not show the vim text after exit

Currently when I am not using screen utility, I am able to see the VIM content wiped out of the display when I quit VIM. However when I am using GNU Screen utility and opening a file in one of the ...
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How to change the resolution on screen at Startup in Fedora?

I have just installed Fedora 22 and am new to the Linux environment. My problem is this, at startup the GPU doesn't seem to auto detect the resolution of my monitor. xrandr --newmode ...
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Running more than one console X session with startx at the same time

I have xfce running in display 0 (accessible via Ctrl + Alt + F1). I press Ctrl + Alt + F2 and type startx (attempting to run more than one window manager at the same time) and receive the error ...
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KDE - Debian 8.2 - Problem with dual display setup, 1920x1080 & 1440x900 (GTX 960)

I've installed Debian 8.2 with KDE. My GPU is GeForce GTX 960, so I've installed NVIDIA proprietary drivers (from their server), version 352.55. My setup contains two displays - main (1920x1080) and ...
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How to display control characters (^C, ^D, ^[, …) differently in the shell

When you type control characters in the shell they get displayed using what is called "caret notation". Escape for example gets written as ^[ in caret notation. I like to customize my bash shell to ...
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Is it still possible to use the Oculus Rift D2K in Linux?

According to the Oculus Rift D2K instruction manual: "...you need the Oculus SD. You can download the SDK by visiting the Oculus Developer Center at developer.oculusvr.com" Unfortunately, there ...
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customer display on headless server / POS system / Mac OSX

I have a web based POS system running (AMP), formerly on debian, now switched to OSX due to lacking linux printer drivers. The Mac mini is running headless, no keyboard, no mouse, no (normal) monitor. ...
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How to get information about which display server is running?

I'm using Ubuntu 15.10 and i want to know which display server is running. In first version of Ubuntu it is definitely X server, but recently i got updated my Ubuntu 15.10 and i came to know that some ...
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Display doesn't work over DP

Finally got my 4k workstation with Mint (17.2 w/ Cinnamon) up and running (finally!). There's just one little problem - currently it only seems to work over HDMI. If use DP connections between the ...
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Display doesn't wake when resuming from inactivity on Debian

I'm running Debian 8.2 on a laptop with nVidia graphics (proprietary driver, version 355.11). When the display goes inactive (e.g., if I lock the screen and wait a few seconds - not putting the ...
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Get correct DISPLAY id per user [duplicate]

How can a user script launched from a system daemon with sudo -u obtain a proper value of DISPLAY so that it can display things on an X session of the user it's running as, preferably the DISPLAY id ...
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What does :0 mean in vnc configuration?

When I configured VNC server there were strings VNCSERVERS="1:oracle" VNCSERVERARGS[1]="-geometry 800x600" When I connected via VNC and run w command, I saw that current display is :1. ...
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Resolution too high

I have kali linux running on my Macbook Pro 13" Running cmd xrandr returns screen 0: minimum 2560 x 1600, current 2560 x 1600, maximum 2560 x 1600 ... How can I get a different Resolution? 2560 x ...
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Mint: display setup lost after waking up, starting up or reconnecting second screen

I've been using Linux Mint 17 for a month and this problem occurred pratically since I first installed it. I have a dual screen setup where my laptop is set as the main screen on the right and my ...
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Cygwin on Windows: Can't open display

I am running Windows 10 on my Surface Pro 3. I installed Cygwin and also added some useful packages (gvim, nedit, emacs, vim, g++). However, when I run gvim, I get "Can't open display". The same thing ...
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Displaying X programs on remote systems

I have Ubuntu 14.04 and Fedora 20 as a test environment. I am trying to send X programs from Fedora to Ubuntu through an SSH session. My setup is as follows: On Ubuntu ran: Xhost +IP Address of ...
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Remotely access my computer's framebuffer console from Android

I need to remotely view my computer's display. I am using programs that I launch from a text console, then they create their own graphical session, like Kodi or EmulationStation (it does not start if ...
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Display Drivers in Fedora

I am using Fedora 22 and having problems with my Nvidia GeForce GTX765M driver. I cannot adjust my laptop screen brightness and cannot output video from hdmi. I did a little research here and on ...
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Linux Mint emulate displays when no physical displays are connected

I have a notebook with Linux mint 17.1. I connected two external displays ( 3 along with my notebook's display) and can use all of them. Is it possible to keep all three desktops when there are no ...
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Using rsync with the verbose option and filtering the information displayed

I am using rsync with the -a -r and -v options to copy files and directories from one server to another. This all works fine. But when I make a change, for example, to a single file on the source ...
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Displaying a remote window in a EOD session

Please can someone tell me how to display a remote window in a EOD session? The usual way of setting "setenv DISPLAY local.host.com:192" in the remote session and doing a "xhost +" in the remote ...
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Only one display mode for my monitor

I am running Debian 8 on a Toshiba Satellite laptop. When at home I connect my laptop to an external monitor through an HDMI cable. My laptop's monitor has recently stopped supporting any display ...
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Why my manufacturer splash screen is not showing?

I recently installed Fedora 22 on a dual-boot with Windows 8 on the other. But, since I installed it, I have had the following problem: When I press my power button to switch it on, the screen just ...
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1920 1080 resolution is not showing up [VBOX Cent OS 6.6] [duplicate]

MY /etc/X011/xorg.conf has the following configuration, but its not showing up 1920x1080 resolution in Guest centos 6.6 Section "Monitor" Identifier "Monitor0" VendorName "Monitor ...
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Why I can't export the Linux DISPLAY?

I am having problems with this and I don't know why. There are many related questions but none of them helped me. I have two VMs: CentOS 7 with GNOME 192.168.1.53 Mint 17.1 Rebbeca with XFCE ...
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how to disable or remove display resolution in RHEL6?

i want to allow only 2 types of display resoultions for the application. In want to disable remianing other resolutions like 720x400.
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Setting X display giver no protocol error [duplicate]

Here is the command i use DISPLAY=:0.0 sh /var/log/show_report.sh & disown This shell script just invokes the browser and here is error i receive No protocol specified Error: cannot open ...
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xrandr not activating laptop display

I my Toshiba Satellite laptop is usually connected to an external monitor when I'm at home. Disconnecting the monitor does not restore my laptop's display; I have to manually enable my laptop's ...
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Why does my program screen dims down?

I wrote a program to run on Linux OS. I noticed whenever I ran the program and clicked on a button to open a window, sometimes the main application screen dims down. This doesn't happen on all the ...