Re: Running on rotated screen
Lennart Sorensen, le Thu 23 Feb 2012 15:29:36 -0500, a écrit :
> On Thu, Feb 23, 2012 at 11:45:55AM -0800, Loving, Kent wrote:
> > I want to build a debian installer CD that will be used on a device with a screen that is rotated. I've found that I can boot a debian LiveCD and (while craning my neck) open a shell and run "xrandr -o left". After that the display is 'correct' and I can run /usr/sbin/debian-installer-launcher and d-I also displays 'correctly'.
> > I am hoping to avoid launching the Live image. But if I boot directly to the d-I GUI there is no xrandr command. Is there a udeb package w/ xrandr? Is there a boot option to start the X server rotated?
> The installer does not use X, so no xrandr. It runs on framebuffer
The installer does not use the framebuffer any more. It uses X. But
there's no udeb for xrandr yet.