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monitor_resolution [2015/06/06 13:42]
pavroo
monitor_resolution [2020/02/19 21:47]
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   * 60 - refresh-frequency   * 60 - refresh-frequency
  
-Set your resolution copping the last output of **gft** command, starting after **Modeline**:​+3. Set your resolution copping the last output of **gtf** command, starting after **Modeline**:​
  
    ​xrandr --newmode "​1368x768_60.00"​ 85.86 1368 1440 1584 1800 768 769 772 795 -HSync +Vsync    ​xrandr --newmode "​1368x768_60.00"​ 85.86 1368 1440 1584 1800 768 769 772 795 -HSync +Vsync
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 It is only temporary solution, after rebooting all the changes will be lost. It is only temporary solution, after rebooting all the changes will be lost.
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 To make it permanent, do: To make it permanent, do:
  
-Crate a new file in your home directory, for example **.mymonitor**:​+1. Create ​a new file in your home directory, for example **.mymonitor**:​
  
    nano .mymonitor    nano .mymonitor
  
-Copy the previous 3 commands used for manual ​setting the monitor and past it onto the file: +2. Copy previous 3 commands ​you used for manually ​setting the monitorand paste onto the file: 
  
    #! /bin/bash    #! /bin/bash
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    ​xrandr --output VGA1 --mode 1368x768_60.00    ​xrandr --output VGA1 --mode 1368x768_60.00
  
-Make the file executable:+3. Make the file executable:
  
    chmod +x .mymonitor    chmod +x .mymonitor
  
-Add the ~HOME/​.mymonitor file to the system startup.+4. Add the ~HOME/​.mymonitor file to the system startup.
  
 More information about XRandR can be found via commands: More information about XRandR can be found via commands:
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