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Re: problem configuring X resolution

On Fri, 2002-06-28 at 13:53, Gale Stafford wrote:
> Are there ways to configure the screen resolution besides editing the 
> XF86Config file? KDE is starting up just fine now on my thinkpad, but 
> I'm stuck at this tiny 640X480 resolution. I've set up my XF86Config 
> file with DefaultDepth 16, and listed 800X600 as one of the modes for 
> that depth. But KDE seems to be bypassing my XF86Config settings. I 
> looked around in KDE for an option to change the resolution but can't 
> find any.

You can use Ctrl-Alt-"Numpad +" and Ctrl-Alt-"Numpad -" to change
resolutions while X is running. If you just want to edit your XF86Config
with different resolution settings and don't want to do it by hand, you
can use XF86Setup or xf86cfg.


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