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revised gksu -S ask for password only once even when set to three times in sudo configuration
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revised Boot resolution change in initramfs on laptop monitor and HDMI monitor
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comment Boot resolution change in initramfs on laptop monitor and HDMI monitor
I've created custom EDID files but still no luck. I'm also starting to think that it is bug in pymouth, not resolution problem. See my edit and thank you for help.
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comment Boot resolution change in initramfs on laptop monitor and HDMI monitor
I've tried your solution but with no luck. Can you look at my updated question?
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comment Boot resolution change in initramfs on laptop monitor and HDMI monitor
Thanks for your answer. I'll try it tomorrow. Two more question. Will there be any problems when I disconnect external monitor and use another monitor with different native resolution? Will it try to switch to new resolution or will it stick to old one set by boot option? In your comment you wrote that I can set them to be enabled always. What do you mean by them? EDID files with correct resolutions?
Jun
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comment Boot resolution change in initramfs on laptop monitor and HDMI monitor
Interesting. I have Intel graphic at work so there should be KMS enabled by default. So all I need to do is enable KMS in intramfs (wiki.archlinux.org/index.php/Intel_Graphics#Kernel_Mode_Setting), find correct EDID files for both monitors, include them to initramfs and add boot parameter drm_kms_helper.edid_firmware=LVDS1:edid/for_LVDS1.bin,HDMI1:edid/for_HDMI1.bin‌​. Is that correct?
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