New answers tagged xrandr
Why is it called eDP1? Because it is an embedded display port style adapter, and not a video graphics array style one.
If you must have it automatically detect the display when it is plugged in, it seems that the cleanest solution is to add a UDEV rule to run a script containing your xrandr commands. Here is an example from one user's solution1: Monitor (output) UDEV events with udevadm This step will be most important for each user. Run udevadm monitor --environment ...
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