Questions related to hardware displays, either internal (as in a laptop) or external (as in most desktop monitors, or projectors)

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Intel GMA X3100: Laptop with extra monitor. How can I display a different workspace in the external monitor? [closed]

1) I found an incredible offer for a 22' FullHD monitor and bought it. I have connected it to my laptop as a second screen. Doing System>Preferences>Monitors... I can activate both screens and it ...
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I have screen flickering in ubuntu 10.04 and 10.04.1 [closed]

My VGA controller is Intel Corporation Mobile 4 Series Chipset Integrated Graphics Controller (rev 07). There was no problem is 9.10, currently m running 9.10 but i want to upgrade to 10.04, please ...
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How to get Lilliput USB monitor working?

Okay, I just got a Lilliput 7" USB Monitor: Unfortunately, I am having some trouble getting it to work in Ubuntu. It is a DisplayLink device, so it should work in Ubuntu. Here is the output of ...
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How do I use a second HDMI-connected monitor?

I've looked around for answers to this, but nothing I've found has been relevant, which seems a little weird but there you go. All I'd like to do is drive a second monitor via HDMI from a laptop. From ...
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How to change screen brightness on Samsung R519 with nvidia driver

Is there a way to set the screen brightness on a Samsung R519 with Ubuntu 9.10 and the nvidia drivers? I know that there is a way when using voRia's repository and the nouveau drivers. But switching ...
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Change Primary monitor

How do I change my primary monitor without using the command line?
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What should I set the DPI to for my 13" MacBook Pro? [closed]

I have installed Ubuntu on my new 13.3 inch 1280x800 MacBook Pro. It works great, but the fonts are kinda differently sized from the Mac programs, and I am wondering if I need to change the DPI. ...