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How to increase the default screen resolution without a monitor plugged in

i have kinda problem with setting my resolution on ubuntu 10.04 the thing is that i installed the machine and put it away without mouse, keyboard and monitor (i am currently remote with VNC viewer) ...
2
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1answer
449 views

dual monitors w/ different workspaces?

I have two monitors connected by vga, but both are showing the same workspace. I want to know how to fix this problem and get back to having separate workspaces on each monitor
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Screen darkens after 40 seconds of inactivity [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: How do I turn off the screen dimming after inactivity? I am running Linux Ubuntu 10.04 on my Dell laptop. There's a setting that I would like to change, but I don't know ...
2
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1answer
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Ubuntu 10.04.4 32 bit not detecting Acer monitor

Acer monitor AL2216w 1680x1050 cannot do anything execpt attach different monitor. This started happening after latest system update. Reloaded Ubuntu back on hard drive still did not help. Took out ...
2
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1answer
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1920x1200 resolution shows black area on bottom right

I just bought a new 27 inches monitor, I plugged it in and ubuntu started with my old monitor resolution (1440x900). So I went to the nvidia-xconfig (the default config tool wont work because I use a ...
0
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1answer
558 views

Using an external monitor on an LG R590 laptop

I just installed Ubuntu 10.04 on my LG R590 laptop, and when I boot it, I can't get my external monitor to work. System->Preferences->Monitors won't recognize it (even when I click Detect monitors), ...
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1answer
618 views

Monitor blinking

I have Ubuntu 10.04, my laptop is ASUS k50ij, intel duo t3000, 2gb ram, 320 HDD, intel gma 4500M video card. My problem is that a couple days ago my monitor had start blinking for a few seconds. Then ...
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How do I set up a new resolution?

Okay, in my GUI, Ubuntu only allowed me to set a resolution for 1360x768 and 1024x768 even though I know darn well my P76 monitor is capable of 1280x1024. So, after a little investigation I used cvt ...