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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
> directly.

The installer does not use the framebuffer any more. It uses X. But
there's no udeb for xrandr yet.


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