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Finally I found some instructions that worked (almost) fine. http://sammart.in/2012/05/29/enabling-resolutions-in-ubuntu-12-04-lubuntu-12-04/ Followed everything exactly as it is there, I tried to set 1280x1024 (max for this LCD monitor), rebooted and it was like that while in login-screen! Once I logged in resolution changed back to 640x480 (I thought to ...


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You can use xrandr to do this quickly and easily. xrandr can also find the resolutions for you. You can run xrandr with no flags to get a description of your current screens. For example, if you have a laptop you might have: Screen 0: minimum 320 x 200, current 1366 x 768, maximum 8192 x 8192 LVDS1 connected 1366x768+0+0 (normal left inverted right x axis y ...


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What is your graphic card? Nvidia? If you are using Nvidia graphic card, you can manage your displays using "Nvidia Xserver Settings" easily and graphical. Just open the application, go to "X Server Display Configuration". You can see your monitors here, just click on each you want to manage and then click advanced and change the resolutions parameter. ...



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