Re: stopping resolution switching with xdm, gdm etc.
--- Roy Pluschke <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> from resetting the display resolution as it goes from the login screen
It doesn't reset the display resolution.
> to the
> persons desktop and back. On my box it shows a jumbled graphics screen
> between switches and look rather unproffesional -- whats worse is that
What you're describing here is what is still stored in the graphics-card
RAM before it is flushed. It happens on *everyone's* machine.
> occasionally hangs the system (1 out of 50 times).
That's because the DM is respawned, as it is initially killed when you
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