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 have the following files in /etc/acpi/events and /etc/udev/rules.d /etc/acpi/events/lidclose # Pass all events to our one handler script event=button/lid action=/etc/acpi/monitors.sh ...
I just plugged my EeePC to a Sony BRAVIA KDL-32EX710. Such TV supports resolutions up to 1920x1080, but RandR only let me use resolutions from 640x480 to 1024x768. In order to use full resolution I ...
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, ...
is there a tool which enables one to: remember current RandR configuration (position, orientation, resolution etc) on per-monitor basis, automatically apply last known good configuration as soon as ...
I have Gentoo Linux, the Awesome window manager and an open-source ATI driver. Here's my xorg.conf: Section "Files" #ModulePath "/usr/lib64/xorg/modules" FontPath ...
If use the xrandr command and set a wrong resolution/freq/..., can a break my display devices? For instance, by setting a very high refresh freq that one of the video devices involved (video card, ...