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RHEL:Change Screen Resolution of Virtual Console

I am working on a RHEL 6.3 Workstation. And the monitor is a HD AOC Monitor. Problem I am facing is whenever this machine starts up, it runs with maximum screen resolution. It is a big screen and ...
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Fedora 18 VirtualBox Resolution Guest Additions

I've installed Fedora 18 64-bit guest into a VirtualBox VM running on a Max OS X host. Previously I've installed Fedora 17 and after installing guest additions from the RPM Fusion repo full screen ...
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Changing resolution : with X and without X

I'm working on an Ubuntu server without X and I would like to easily change the resolution. In order to do that, I have to specify GRUB_GFXPAYLOAD_LINUX=1280x800 in the file /etc/default/grub, then ...
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Automatized restoring of display settings

I have two displays: my laptop's main monitor, running at resolution 1366x786 and second, external, running at resolution 1920x1080. My default display setting is to use both monitors at these ...
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GDM3 setting incorrect refresh rate for my monitor on evert launch, despite it being set properly in xorg.conf

I wanted the ability to switch users with gdmflexiserver, so I switched from KDM to GDM, and ever since, it has been setting up incorrect refresh rate on every launch, requiring me to manually change ...
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Can change monitor resolution of a SyncMaster SA850 and Intel HD graphics

I have installed Debian 7.2 from liveUSB and connected the monitor Samsung SyncMaster SA850 with DVI cable into integrated Intel HD graphics. However I have very low resolution and can't change it. In ...
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How to Pass High Resolution from GRUB2 to FreeBSD?

I boot FreeBSD-10-RELEASE from GRUB2. I have set up the GRUB2 boot menu to display very nicely at my laptop's max resolution of 1024x768x32. I know it's possible to pass this resolution to the boot ...
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How to modify the default setting adopted by xrandr when connecting an external monitor?

I am confronted with a problem of conflict of resolutions (this is a separate question), which makes the display image distorted on both monitors. But this bothers me the most when connecting the ...
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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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Low resolution options disappeared after selecting a higher one

I have a TV with a ridiculously low resolution (around 800x400), the TV accepts higher resolutions as well, and scales them down to the native resolution. Once I tried selecting a higher resolution ...
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Low resolution after installing 2 sata drives?

I installed an enclosure with 2 sata drives on my Xubuntu 12.04.4 LTS machine. To do this, I unplugged the computer, including the dvi cable. When I restarted, everything was ok except that the ...
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Dealing with overscan without distorting [fglrx-legacy]

My TV forces overscan. I cannot find a way to turn it off, even using the service menu, and I believe the screen may actually have less than 1280x720 pixels. ATI Catalyst defaults to underscan, which ...
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Change screen resolution of Xenserver Console for a CentOS VM

I need to increase screen resolution to 1024x800 for my XEN console. I tried to place vga=791 at the end of kernel line the file /boot/grub/grub.conf but it seems that most of the boot arguments ...
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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 ...