Re: Problem with default resolution starting Debian Lenny
- To: Kelly Clowers <email@example.com>
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- Subject: Re: Problem with default resolution starting Debian Lenny
- From: Marcos Fernandez <email@example.com>
- Date: Wed, 04 Mar 2009 01:20:47 +0100
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El vie, 27-02-2009 a las 13:51 -0800, Kelly Clowers escribió:
> On Fri, Feb 27, 2009 at 10:43, Marcos Fernandez <email@example.com> wrote:
> > It doesn't works.
> > Any idea?
> > Thank you very much, I appreciate your help.
> Maybe the old style will work?
> Section "Screen"
> Identifier "Default Screen"
> Monitor "Configured Monitor"
> Device "Configured Video Device"
> DefaultColorDepth 24
> Subsection "Display"
> Depth 24
> Modes "1280x1024"
> Or xrandr might work. If you start up with the monitor switched
> to the other computer, can you then change the resolution with
> this command?
> xrandr --output VGA --mode 1280x1024
> You might need to change the "VGA" part to something else.
> xrandr -q will give you some info, the second line should have
> something like: "VGA connected...." or "LVDS connected...." or
> similar. Change the --output option to that identifier.
> If the xrandr mode command works to change your resolution,
> you could put it in a startup script like ~/.xsession
> Kelly Clowers
Sorry, i haven't read the thread until right now.
xrandr --output VGA --mode 1280x1024: it changes the resolution to
1280x, but for some reason the size of the words is bigger, and i need
to change "appearance" and set the sizes smaller, but it "works", more
Thank you very much for your help.