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run the command

xrandr

It will give you list of available resolution. Choose any one of them and execute the command

xrandr -s <choosen_resolution<choosen_resolution>

e.g. "xrandr -s 1024x768"

Though, this command will work till X-session last. This is not reboot persistent. If you want to make permanent changes then you need to modify Xorg configuration file.

run the command

xrandr

It will give you list of available resolution. Choose any one of them and execute the command

xrandr -s <choosen_resolution

e.g. "xrandr -s 1024x768"

Though, this command will work till X-session last. This is not reboot persistent. If you want to make permanent changes then you need to modify Xorg configuration file.

run the command

xrandr

It will give you list of available resolution. Choose any one of them and execute the command

xrandr -s <choosen_resolution>

e.g. "xrandr -s 1024x768"

Though, this command will work till X-session last. This is not reboot persistent. If you want to make permanent changes then you need to modify Xorg configuration file.

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run the command

xrandr

It will give you list of available resolution. Choose any one of them and execute the command

xrandr -s <choosen_resolution

e.g. "xrandr -s 1024x768"

Though, this command will work till X-session last. This is not reboot persistent. If you want to make permanent changes then you need to modify Xorg configuration file.