On my Laptop the names of my graphical outputs change depending on what chip is activated in the BIOS. This leads to problems in some scripts where outputs such as VGA-0 or LVDS-0 are specified.
So I want to rename the graphical outputs, similar to how you can specify persistent names for network devices with
But I can't find anything that would explain how or if this is even possible at all.
In /sys I could find kernel names such as as:
xrandr reports the names as
So they have to be renamed somewhere(?)
When I call
udevadm info on one of those devices I get a lot of information but not the names used by
xrandr and other X tools.
So is it possible to create a
udev rule to rename the outputs and if so how?
Are the names even set by