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Assuming you're talking about X, you can add a CustomEDID option to the Monitor section of your /etc/X11/xorg.conf. For example, I have the following in xorg.conf on my mythtv box: Section "Monitor" Identifier "LG 42LD560" VendorName "GSM" ModelName "LG TV" Option "UseEDID" "True" Option "CustomEDID" "DFP-1:/etc/X11/LG-42LD560.edid.bin"...


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Alt+F2 driver-manager choose Nouveau driver, apply then click on restart Alt+F2 gnome-terminal run these commands sudo apt-get purge bumblebee* sudo apt-get purge bbswitch* sudo apt-get purge nvidia* sudo apt-get --purge autoremove It is necessary to upgrade to the latest kernel sudo apt-get dist-upgrade or via Update manager Then run driver-...


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xrandr is your friend. You are going to need to know the official names of the outputs that Linux supports for your hardware, and "xrandr -q" can report those. Here's an example of a script I wrote that I run when I want to switch to a 3-display configuration (this is very specific to my hardware and display layout, but you should be able to adapt to your ...


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Try changing your .xinitrc to just xterm & fluxbox & or xterm & exec fluxbox


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When you supply an xorg.conf file, this is the complete configuration. You can't just add one option, you have to supply all mandatory parts, including declaring the input and output peripherals. It's common for programs to start with sensible options and allow them to be overridden by a configuration file, but in the case of Xorg, supplying a configuration ...


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A modern xorg should just pick all *.conf files in /etc/X11/xorg.conf.d/ and use them. Xorg can figure out a lot by itself, if you just drop a file with the needed change (an entire Section-EndSection) into /etc/X11/xorg.conf.d/, Xorg will use that configuration at a higher precedence than the files in /usr/share/X11/. The files in /usr/share/X11/xorg.conf....


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Uim First released in 2005, uim is a multilingual input method library with interfaces to GTK and QT, as well as anything that supports xim (and more). Looking at computers I have nearby, Arch Linux, NetBSD, and Ubuntu all offer uim packages through their default distribution channels, which (to me) indicates some measure of acceptance in the community at ...


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With xte that comes with the xautomation package it is possible to send keypresses to X. The package name may differ between Linux distros. This command will type a ☭: xte 'keydown Shift_L' 'keydown Control_L' 'str u262d' 'keyup Control_L' 'keyup Shift_L' By setting up a keybinding in your windowmanager for a similar xte command for the lira symbol, you ...


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Take a look at localectl, especially following options: localectl list-x11-keymap-layouts - gives you layouts localectl list-x11-keymap-variants de gives you variants for this layout (or all variants if no layout specified) localectl list-x11-keymap-options | grep grp: - gives you all layout switching options


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To simplify in Xfce for example please install "arandr" which should be available in your distro packages. Configure your display using "arandr" then save it as "displayLayout" for example. Arandr should add for you ".sh" extension so it can be directly used in "function connect()" as written in the script "hotplug_monitor.sh" mentioned by iyrin above, for ...



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