For users running SystemXorg (vncserver-x11 -virtual).


A proprietary ATI drivers however solved this problem, but gives a slow scroll effect. From here check the display sizes that the display driver can detect will work using the monitor.

conf or ATI drivers.

From the xrandr man page: --fb widthxheight Reconfigures the screen to the specified size.

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I've also used crunchbang Linux and it displays the corect resolution without a xorg. config/monitors. Now that you have the mode set up and associated with the output, use xrandr to set the output to use that mode.

For instance: [email protected] It will add 1600×900 screen resolution with 60 Hz refresh rate for all the connected displays. .

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conf had, so the refresh rate was correct, and the default resolution was still 1024x768.

To switch the desired display resolution, list the detected resolutions for the display by running the following command: Raw. .

90. I've tried xrandr and fglrx but they failed.

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ie for 1280x1024: xrandr --newmode "1280x1024" 109.



xml. GDM login screen still shows as 1024x768 but this isn’t a problem for me. But there seems to be a major flaw in the Xorg Wiki, and here's why.

00Hz 1920x1080 (0x1c4) 325. 40556369x1. Find the line starting with GRUB_CMDLINE_LINUX_DEFAULT, and add video=hyperv_fb:1920x1080 (or your preferred. Jun 30, 2015 · class=" fc-falcon">I think there are some display problems, so I have to set resolution manually. 00.

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$ xrandr --output DP-1 --mode 1680x1050.