Re: Change screen resolution
--- Christopher Nelson <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> On Wed, May 31, 2006 at 05:30:30PM -0700, lmyho wrote:
> > 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
> > 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
> > install debian). But I can't find from where I can re-set the X windown
> > 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.:((
> sarge or etch/sid? at any rate what does the output of
> 'cat /etc/X11/xorg.conf |grep Modes' (sub XF86Config[-4] for sarge) say?
> Any of those lines have the resolution you want? If so, do they all?
The last reply was wrong, I got the result now, 6 lines of output, all are:
Modes "800x600" "640x480"
800x600 is too low on the 19" screen!:(
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