Re: Change screen resolution
--- Roby <ElectricalSciences@Adelphia.net> wrote:
> lmyho wrote:
> > All,
> > I just installed debian on an older computer yesterday, but the screen
> > resolution is so poorly set, which is actually different from the
> > resolution I have set during the
> > initial system configuration (much lower). It looks really terrible and
> > so uncomfortable!:((
> > The screen can be set to much higher resolution (it was in a high
> > resolution before
> > install debian). But I can't find from where I can re-set the X windown
> > resolution! I have both gnome and kde installed, but no where I can find
> > place to change the resoluion!
> > Please anyone could tell me how can I change it? the current too low
> > resolution just kills me.:((
> > All helps are highly appreciated. Thanks!
> > Leo
> >From the K Menu, select Control Center -> Peripherals -> Display.
I have checked this, but the highest I can choose from there is what I have right
now, too low to bear.:((
So, seems like the system has set the resolution as so low, but why?? and how can I
re-set it?? Do I have to reinstall -- hope not!!
> Check the Apply settings on KDE startup box as well.
Where is KDE startup box? I didn't find it.:(
Please help again. Thank you!
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