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Re: How to set display resolution manually?



Basically I don't use any desktop system, instead I use the windows manager: ratpoison.
So unfortunately I don't have those utilities come with gnome...

Yeah x121e is great, especially for light-weight linux :)
2012年11月7日水曜日 23時10分03秒 UTC+9 Jon Dowland:
> On Wed, Nov 07, 2012 at 05:37:06AM -0800, houkensjtu wrote:
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> > I installed debian-wheezy on my lenovo x121e laptop, and since it comes with
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> > a only 11.6 inch display, I plugged in a monitor through VGA port.
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> > Fortunately without any configuration I could got the same content display on
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> > both my laptop and the monitor I plugged. However the resolution are both
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> > 1366x768, which is not enough for my full HD monitor.
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> > So I don't want fancy dual-display, I just want to fix the resolution on my
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> > monitor to become 1920x1080. How can I do it?
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> What desktop environment are you using?
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> With GNOME 3, 
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> 	System Settings → Displays
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> And what you set is re-used next time you attach the monitor.
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> (I have the x121e! It's a great laptop.)
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