My computer is a former laptop from which I removed the screen. The graphics card is an ATI Radeon of some kind. I have it plugged into a small TV via VGA cable, but Mint still thinks I have the ...
Last week I received a new notebook in my work and everything is fine, except my dual-head setup(was flawless in the old model). My goal is to have one screen in each monitor, but instead I'm getting ...
arandr is a Debian/Ubuntu version of xrandr with a graphical interface to make it easier to use. I want the same package on OpenSUSE to use on my laptop. Can anyone help me?
I currently have a Radeon HD 5750 graphics card and an M3N78-PRO motherboard. I use both outputs of my graphics card for a 2 screen display. I use xrandr at boot to set up my two screens. However, I ...
I have the following problem: I have a laptop (open) with an external monitor connected. After boot, everything is perfect - the laptop screen is on the left of the external one and both resolutions ...
I pressed something and accidentally swapped my two screens. My left one is actually considered as the right one, and vice versa. How can I swap them back? Edit - Specifically, I'm using Gnome, ...