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Can't change resolution to 1680x1050

I am installing Elementary OS (I had the same issue with plain Ubuntu and Fedora, Mint and some other distros) on a Sony VAIO VGC-JS1E/S and everything works perfectly OK except I cannot change the ...
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Xorg Configuration for Unregistered Resolution

I have a monitor with native resolution of 1600*900_60.00, and the intel on board Gen3 Xeon video chipset (i915). when i do $> xrandr the 1600x900 resolution is not in the list. I tried to write an ...
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new debian installation doesn't like showing native resolution of display

EDIT: not sure if I can delete this? Everything corrected itself once I turned the other pc off. Seems interference was happening across certain wires. (Still wouldn't mind knowing what the ...
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MacBook Pro Parallels (Kali) Linux Limited Screen Resolution

I installed Kali Linux 2.0 in a virtual machine running Parallels on my 15-inch MacBook Pro with Retina display. For some reason the max resolution is 1920x1200. I have Parallels graphics set to '...
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Setting Framebuffer splash resolution when exiting X

I installed a copy of BackTrack 5 R2 (Ubuntu 10.04) to my HDD and dual-booted with Windows 7. After a bit of tweaking I set about updating the native Intel drivers because it was only allowing me to ...
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Absolute domain names in /etc/hosts?

I have a RHEL7.0 host which has this standard entry in /etc/hosts/: 127.0.0.1 localhost.localdomain localhost So resolving localhost.localdomain works: $ ping localhost.localdomain PING localhost....
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DNS resolution problem with OpenBSD

During boot up, messages flashed on my computer screen, among which are the following: DHCPACK from 192.168.200.1 bound to 192.168.200.12----> renewal in 432600 seconds The contents of my /etc/...
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Is there any way to resize scale application GUI window?

Is there any way to run an application scaling its GUI window? (Well, I'm using MATE but hope for universal solution). For example, up scale small window of an old game running under wine on high-...
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debian X Xconf resolution xrandr badmatch

Recently I minimal installed debian squeeze(amd64), when I configs my resolution, unexpected errors came out, I did a lot of searching, but couldn't find a way to figure it out. to install the ...
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Change resolution of text console

I bought an xps laptop with a 4k screen. Because of this, the font-size of my text consoles (Ctrl+Alt+[F1-F6]) are quite tiny. So I tried to change the resolution by editing /etc/default/grub like it ...
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How do I write a Bash script to autoadjust the screen resolution of Enlightenment 20 running under VirtualBox?

I have noticed that VirtualBox guest additions fails to autoadjust the screen resolution of Enlightenment 20 on a few different platforms (including Arch Linux, Lubuntu and openSUSE Tumbleweed), see ...
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“xrandr: Failed to get size of gamma for output default” for Guest CENTOS 6.6, HOST OS Windows 7 enterprise

I am getting the following errors: xrandr: Failed to get size of gamma for output default Screen 0: minimum 640 x 480, current 1024 x 768, maximum 1024 x 768 default connected 1024x768+0+0 0mm ...
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Debian 8 (Jessie) screen resolution issue

I've upgraded a Toshiba Qosmio G30 laptop (Nvidia GeForce 7600 GPU) from Debian Wheezy to Jessie. There is an issue with the screen resolution. During boot the following messages are printed on the ...
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How to custom-tweak X resolution settings

Or should I rather phrase the question: how to construct a custom mode. The story is: I am a proud owner of an old EIZO monitor (IPS, etc...) which has started to display this flaw of bad lines. I.e. ...
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Debian set very low display resolution

I have a very small display, 128 to 72 pixels, and I want to set the display resolution to 128x72, is that possible? Once I set the screen resolution with xrandr to 128x72 pixels, I only get gray ...
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Configuring Linux Second Monitor

I have two identical monitors (Compaq CQ1859s, 1366x768). I just installed Ubuntu onto the computer with which these monitors are being used. Upon installation, one of the monitors had its type ...
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FreeBSD and i915KMS result in black screen

I only had 800*600 resolution when I installed xorg and openbox. I did some digging and I found out for Intel Corporation Xeon E3-1200 v2/3rd Gen Core processor DRAM Controller I have to active it. so ...
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Setting KDE to crop the laptop's screen to match external VGA device's ratio

I have a laptop with 16:9 screen ration. Sometimes I need to attach it to a projector via VGA. The projector ratio is 4:3. I use System Settings->Hardware->Display and Monitor->Size & Orientation ...
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syslinux / vesamenu.c32 - using highest available screen resolution?

I was wondering if there was a way to use the highest available resolution in the syslinux.cfg file? I know i can do: MENU RESOLUTION 1024 768 but without knowing available resolutions beforehand, ...
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Forcing X to recognise video ram, saving the file 99-vesa file

So I was looking at a question about forcing X to recognise video memory to achieve 1080p resolution, however when I finished the following piece of code: Section "Device" Identifier "...
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Making XRANDR settings permanent

GNOME 3 Gnomebuntu - 15.10 I have an Intel NUC i3 6th gen and a 4k monitor with 32GB of ram. If I type the command xrandr after doing "xrandr -s 4096x2160" Screen 0: minimum 8 x 8, current 4096 x ...
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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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XRANDR showing two inputs instead of 1

VGA1 connected 1024x768+0+0 (normal left inverted right x axis y axis) 0mm x 0mm 1024x768 60.0* 800x600 60.3 56.2 848x480 60.0 640x480 59.9 HDMI1 connected (...
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Have 1920x1200 and 1024x1280 monitors combined to 2944x1200. How to use the 80 unused lines of screen area on the 1024x1280?

The left monitor native resolution is 1920x1200 in landscape mode. The right monitor native resolution is 1280x1024 but rotated to portrait mode, so 1024x1280. Because the mouse would get trapped in ...
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Map a Linux VM's block device to its vmdk file on the vmware datastore

For development and staging purposes, I must frequently create clones of individual virtual harddisks (vmdk container) and move/deploy them into some other system. While I have been able to hack a ...
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Running Elementary OS on MacBookPro10,1, get random resolution changes

I recently installed Elementary OS (Ubuntu-based) and every now and then my resolution drops down to a super small size that messes with my mouse-tracking and pretty much makes any application ...
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Display on ElemtaryOS with an X1 ThinkPad

My Setup is a Thinkpad X1 2nd Generation (Europe) 20A.. Product ID. Resolution 2560x1440. I have installed ElementaryOS 0.3 (Freya). My problem is now, when I connect a display via the Mini ...
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Change screen resolution without monitor under Linux?

I got a GUI program which will be executed along the OS (CentOS 6.6) boots. The resolution configuration is programmed in the init part of the GUI program, my solution right now is get the resolution ...
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Xrandr debian black screen when changing resolution

Impossible to change the resolution on wheezy to 1920x1080 I'm stuck and I'd down a bit as 1360x768. At the beginning in nvidia-settings i only had the choice to 1920x1080, after adding: Option "...
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Monitor shown as 16:10 instead of 16:9

I am using Linux Mint 17.1 Cinnamon on a Dell Latitude E6540 with a Dell U2713hm monitor, the displays are not mirrored, and arranged next to each other. The monitor has an aspect ratio of 16:9, ...
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Adjust font size in multi-head setup with different resolutions

I have a multi monitor setting with the main screen resolution 3840x2160 and two additional screens running on 1920x1080. When I drag for example a firefox window between the screens, Windows seems to ...
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OpenWrt: Find neighbors knowing their MAC address

I have an Open Mesh access point connected to the same router (an Aerohive BR100) than an Axis camera. I would like to automate the discovery of the camera's IP from inside the Open Mesh sensor, ...
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Can Xorg use non-square pixels? [or can we fake widescreen in a non-widescreen resolution?]

I have an older PC connected to an HD television over VGA. The set of screen resolutions available for me to use are all 4:3 aspect ratio (or there abouts). Output from xrandr: $ xrandr xrandr: ...
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Can't add a resolution in Mint 14 Nadia (ATI RV516 X1350)

I just got a bootable USB w/ Linux Mint 14 Nadia installed and I ran into some problems with my laptop's graphic drivers. Computer is fairly old, it's HP Compaq 6820s from around 2008. Problem ...
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Why is the resolution fixed at 1024*786 on Linux Mint 14 Cinnamon?

I am newbie in Linux, I have installed Linux Mint 14 Cinnamon. After installation I just get a black screen. After I got recommendation to set modeset i915.modeset=0 which gave me the display but with ...
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Unable to login due to invalid screen resolution

I changed the screen resolution on Ubuntu 12.08 using the GUI, but I think I've changed it to an unsupported resolution, and now the system logs me out immediately after I login. I tried using xrandr ...
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Screen resolution is wrong in Ubuntu

I have installed Ubuntu 15.10 on my HP Spectre 360 laptop, which has screen resolution 3840 x 2160. By default, everything on my screen is tiny: mouse pointer, toolbars etc.. I have changed the ...
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CentOS7 server VirtualBox guest on Ubuntu 15.10 screen issue

I have created a virtual machine with a minimal CentOS 7 installation on my Ubuntu 15.10 guest system. I also installed the guest additions. During the installation the installer issued a message, ...
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Setting Custom Resolution in Lubuntu on VMWare

I've cast around on google to no avail. I have lubuntu (kernel Linux 4.2.0-30-generic x86_64, Ubuntu 15.10) running in Oracle VM VirtualBox on a Surface Pro 3. I'd like to set a resolution of 2160 x ...
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GMA500 video chip uses mode that monitor can't sync to (even text mode)

I have a new CentOS7 installation which starts fine (I see the Grub2 menu). If I disable RHGB I can even watch bootup to a point - then all video disappears. The OS is booting to runlevel 1 (text ...
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xrandr does not set a new resolution (switch back automatically)

I have a Dell Inspiron 15R with a dual-boot Ubuntu 15.10/Windows 7, but the HDMI port broke (it does not appear with xrandr on Linux nor on Windows). So I used a VGA cable but the resolution seems to ...
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Mouse and Keyboard not working in Linux Ubuntu 15.04/15.10 after update

yesterday i installed some updates with the automatic ubuntu updater and shutdown my pc after that. now i try to reboot and i now have the problem that my mouse and keyboard aren't recognized (not ...
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Resolution Problem

When I ran Lubuntu from USB flash the resolution was fine. But now that I installed it, the resolution is only 800*600 and I need it to be 1024*768. My graphics card is sis 672. How can I get this ...
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How to set unlisted monitor resolution and put it to work in Fadora

Some information about the system is-: lspci | grep VGA 00:02.0 VGA compatible controller: Intel Corporation Mobile 4 Series Chipset Integrated Graphics Controller (rev 09) cat /etc/issue Fedora ...
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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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CentOS 7 VM small text issue at High Resolution

I recently created a CentOS 7 VM in order to prepare for the RHCSA 7 exam (since they are both based on Fedora and are quite similar, I decided to opt for CentOS 7 as it is free, and RHEL isn't). In ...
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screen resolution woes on RH 7 running Xorg, which has no Xconfigurator (which seems only for XFree86)

I have a dell precision m6800 laptop that is experiencing stubborn low screen resolution problems with red hat 7. The funny thing is I installed RH 7 with no BIOS raid configured and I got the ...
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Writing Xorg custom modeline for 1366x768 with nvidia driver

I've recently bought a Dell e1914h monitor 18.5" and supports 1366x768@60Hz display. The problem with proprietary nvidia driver is 1366x768 resolution is not supported by default due to some nvidia ...
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Overscanning Problem - NOT a TV setting

I'm using a 42" Philips LCD TV (42PFL3704D/F7) as a secondary monitor for my computer, running Linux Mint 17.2 and Windows 7. My primary monitor is a 22" LCD monitor, and it works fine on both ...
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Hot-changing font-size, number of rows / columns on a text terminal

This question comes from this other. I have no X-Windows installed in my system. I just simply would like to change rows/columns in a text console (terminal) without rebooting. The desired behavior ...