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Kubuntu 15.04 - Wrong log in screen resolution on laptop

I realise that there are similar questions on this problem for Ubuntu, including a question that I asked myself, but I have the same problem with Kubuntu 15.04. My Kubuntu system is set to a ...
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screen resolution not solved

I am new to xubuntu and have just installed it on an old computer 512 p. I don't seem to be able to change screen resolution. I have read some answers online, but am not ashamed to say I haven't ...
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Ubuntu won't do 1920x1080

Both my monitors (one over DVI other over HDMI) have a native resolution of 1920x1080 (16:9) but the only two options for resolution in the "Display" section of system settings are 800x600 (4:3) and ...
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How can I use convert to resize images to a specific width keeping the ratio for the height? [duplicate]

I have a file with the full path to an image on each line, all are jpg. I want to resize every image/line in the file to 1024px in width, while keeping the aspect ratio for the height. I simply want ...
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Chrome 43 DPI Low Resolution

I updated Chrome to Version 43.0.2357.81 (64-bit) and after restarting Chrome it displays it (Chrome) in low resolution (as far as I can tell). The tabs are bigger, buttons and text the same. Most of ...
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How to fix screen resolution after driver upgrade?

For quite some time, I have had Ubuntu 15.04 installed and working well, using the nvidia-349 driver from the xorg-edgers ppa. However, I recently noticed that the nvidia-352 driver was available, so ...
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Xubuntu 14.04: Screen Resolution 1440x900, no xorg.conf or lightdm.conf

So I'm quite confused now by the fact that I read a lot of different solutions for a Screen Resolution problem, but none of them apply to my case (I think). So I'm running a Xubuntu 14.04 x64 and ...
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Screen is unreadable On fresh install

I have just installed Ubuntu 14.04 The screen looks as if it is in 320 x 240 and then upscaled to 1920x1080 My monitor tells me "suggested resolution 1920x 1080". So my guess is that the monitor is ...
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Display settings problems with Ubuntu 14.04 LTS

For whatever reason (this was working correctly on Ubuntu 12.04 LTS) when I try to set my displays on top of each other in the settings, it won't allow to place them on top of each other. When I ...
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Help with resolution scaling/emulation

I'm attempting to emulate a 1080p resolution onto my 1366x768 monitor. Although reducing the text dpi has helped, the elements on screen are still fairly large (such as the top of windows) and I would ...
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Teamviewer on 14.04, when remote access screen resolution limited to 640x480

I am connecting to my ubuntu 14.04 box via teamviewer 10. I m using gnome-fallback. My resolution on Ubuntu when connected via Teamviewer is limited to 640x480, option of changing resolution in ...
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Set default resolution in Lubuntu

How does one set the default resolution in Lubuntu 12.04. I set it using both Arandr and the default resolution setter. Both times would reset after a reboot. How do I permanently set the resolution. ...
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VM Resolution can't go over 640x480, even after guest additions were installed

This is on VirtualBox, guest is Xubuntu 32bits 14.04, host is Windows 8.1 64bits I should point my hardware does not allow x86 virtualization, hence why VirtualBox only allowed a 32bits VM to be ...
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screen resolution/size ubuntu 14.04.2

I have been running Ubuntu for several years. I have recently encountered a problem that, during a software update the update manager crashed. This led to package manager no longer working. It also ...
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NVIDIA x server - “sudo nvidia config” does not generate a working 'xorg.config'

I am over 18 hours deep on this challenge. I got to this point and am stuck. very stuck. Maybe you can figure it out? Ubuntu Version 12.04 LTS with all the updates installed. Problem: The default ...
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How to set xforcevesa?

I have a OQO I'm converting to Natty. I have a screen resolution problem on the native LCD screen. I have some indication that xforcevesa will allow the system to get the proper resolution ...
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How can I find out the supported webcam resolutions?

I have a web camera on my T500 Thinkpad. I would like to know its supported resolutions. Is there a way to find it out by means of software (and without having to consult the documentation)?
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How to change the screen resolution in VNC viewer for Ubuntu 12.04 without a monitor?

I have Ubuntu 12.04 installed on a machine and I always use it remotely from VNC. When I have monitor connected to this machine, I can change the resolution of my VNC viewer in the following line: ...
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Ubuntu boots to black screen after changing video driver

Earlier I had a problem where if I tried to change the resolution the screen would go black and would stay that way unless I rebooted my computer (2012 MacBook Pro). I tried changing the video driver ...
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Experiencing small resolution issue in Ubuntu 14.04.2 with VirtualBox, getting stuck on installing guest additions

TL;DR: I'm experiencing the small resolution issue in Ubuntu 14.04.2 on VirtualBox, and when I try to follow the answers to existing questions, either it doesn't solve the problem or I encounter ...
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How can I get my Nvidia Overscan setting to work on start up. Ubuntu 12.10

Hi all as with a lot of people my new nvidia driver doesn't include a overscan bar so my tv's desktop is chopped off. After many searches and some trail and error I've been able to get my Tv to fit ...
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How can I change my resolution to 1280x1024 [duplicate]

How can I change my resolution to 1280x1024? I used the info from this link How set my monitor resolution? but it didn't work. This is what appears http://imgur.com/FFlE4G6 How can I fix this? ...
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How to custom-tweak X resolution settings

Or should I rather phrase the question: how to construct a custom mode. The story is: I am a proud owner of an aging EIZO monitor (IPS, etc...) which has started to display this flaw of bad lines. ...
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Can not change display resolution on a Sony VGN-FZ21M

My Sony Notebook VGN-FZ21M does have a NVIDIA grafic card with a VESA G86 Board - e415h01. My Problem is, that i can not change the display resolution from 1024*768 (4:3) to 1980*1280. I tried to in ...
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Possible to add an additional a 4K 60hz monitor on Trusty Tahr?

I have a 1920x1080 and a 1920x1200 monitor on my current Ubuntu 14.04 setup, and I'm thinking of adding a 3rd monitor as my main, preferably a 4K screen at 60hz such as the Dell P2715Q Have you guys ...
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Screen Resolution stuck at 640x480 after installing Bumblebee

I have a Dell XPS 15z laptop. As you can see here, there are some issues with NVidia drivers. The site recommends installation of Bumblebee (instructions given in the link). I am posting it again for ...
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Can't Change Resolution?

I just got Ubuntu and I can only get two resolutions 800x600 1024x768 My monitor is 1600x900 When I try to use Xrandr I get xrandr: Failed to get size of gamma for output default Please Help me I ...
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Apply suitable screen resolution

After using ubuntu on my other computer for a year now, I'm very happy with it and installed xubuntu on an old notebook. I experience the same problem with my screen resolution. With my other computer ...
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Changing resolution in Ubuntu Server 12.04

I'm a linux newbie and I've now tried lots of different ways of doing this, but every single one fails somewhere - usually because they pertain to Ubuntu desktop rather than server and rely on ...
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Widescreen problems on 14.04 lts

I'm having trouble with setting up my widescreen monitor for Ubuntu. Mine is running normally (and when it blacks out due to different reasons it displays it as native) on the 1366x768 resolution. The ...
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Unfortunate resolution change. Xrandr refuses to switch

So unfortunately, just recently having installing Kubuntu 15.04, I wanted to get the resolution to fit my TV. The starting res of 1024x768 was too small for me. Having installed the NVIDIA drivers for ...
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How do I change screen resolution in Dosbox through Wine?

My old DOS game (Tomb Raider I) installs and then runs fine with Wine by making use of Dosbox. Everything works (keys, audio, full screen) but I am unable to adjust the resulting screen resolution. ...
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Low resolution on Lubuntu 14.04 (Sis)

The resolution of my lubuntu is 640x480 and I can not change it. There's no more options in the screen definitions. This is my (horrible) graphic card: isabel@ESPRIMO-Mobile-V5515:~$ lspci 00:00.0 ...
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monitors.xml and LightDM

Firstly some background information: I have a 4 monitor situation, with varying resolutions - 2 monitors landscape (1680×1050,1920×1200) and 2 monitors portrait (both 1050×1680). Once I'm logged in my ...
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Ubuntu 14.04 slow on Asus EeeBox PC EB1030

so i upgraded to ubuntu 14.04 from 12.04 with a usb but i have internet ,my computer is really slow at 1024x768 definition ,everything works super slow ,windows closing and opening and streaming ...
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How do I fix screen going black after I change the resolution?

Output of xrandr: Screen 0: minimum 320 x 200, current 2880 x 1800, maximum 8192 x 8192 eDP-1 connected primary 2880x1800+0+0 (normal left inverted right x axis y axis) 331mm x 207mm ...
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Can not set proper resolution on this one monitor

I have a laptop with Intel HD graphics and running on Linux trusty 3.13.0-45-generic. I never had problems connecting external displays to my Display Port, but now I got a new monitor and can not get ...
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Ubuntu 14.04 - Resolution Limited to 1024x768 - Something wrong with EDID - Any way to set manually?

I just installed Ubuntu 14.04 today for the first time. The resolution is set at 1024x768. When I go to System Settings - Hardware - Displays settings, that is the highest resolution listed in the ...
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No video on built-in display after installing 14.04

I just installed Ubuntu 14.04 on my Asus N53TA notebook, but after the first reboot I got no video on the built-in display, although through the hdmi port everything works fine. If I change the ...
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Make KDE use max resolution available for second monitor

KDE user, Thinkpad T450s. I have a second monitor at home, and another one in my office. When I plug in any of the two in my VGA port, the system automatically assigns to it a 1024x768 resolution. ...
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Ubuntu 15.04 - Won't allow 2560x1440 on Intel anymore

I was previously running Ubuntu 13.04 on a machine with Intel HD4600 integrated graphics at 2560x1440p on a Dell Ultrasharp u2713hm via DVI Dual-Link without issue. Since upgrading to 15.04 however, ...
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Can't select supported max. resolution with HDMI Ubuntu 13.10 AMD card

I've got an AMD graphics card (6900 series) and just installed the beta driver (after fighting with the stable one). I'm also using a screen with 2560x1440 resolution connected via HDMI which works ...
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How To Increase Screen Resolution?

I have a 1600x900 monitor attached to a 1280x768 laptop, only the latter resolution is available, how do i increase it to my monitor's max resolution? the xrandr result is: Screen 0: minimum 8 x 8, ...
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Ubuntu 14.04 doesn't recognise my screen resolution

This version of Ubuntu not working properly. This version does not recognize:the brand of my screen. I tried everything. I need my Ubuntu Acknowledge monitor and each time I restart the drivers do not ...
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How do I output display at 2560x1080? (am trying to add modeline with xrandr)

I'm trying to use xrandr to add a custom resolution for my 2560x1080 AOC monitor. I've been given the VESA timings by the manufacturer (attached), but I'm not sure what I should be doing with them: ...
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Wrong screen resolution in Ubuntu/Windows Dual Boot

I've found related problems that usually advise updating GRUB or the NVIDIA drivers online but nothing exactly like my use case, so I apologize if the solution is already addressed somewhere here. I ...
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How to set up Skype on a HiDPI system?

I recently installed Ubuntu 14.04 on my Retina MacBook Pro. Everything works great, and the HiDPI is great in most apps. However, Skype is one app that doesn't scale properly. Is there any way to fix ...
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GTX660 ubuntu 15.05 second display correct resolution not displayed

Got a Nvidia GTX660. Tried all driver versions since 6 months without getting the solution to work in 1024x768 60. Now I choosed to use the 346.59-0ubuntu1 driver. It was working with the "nouveau ...
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Fix scaling of java-based applications for a high DPI screen

There are some applications (mainly java based) that don't follow the global 2x scale I set in the screen-settings. So these apps are really tiny on my high DPI screen with 3200x1800px. How can I get ...
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3840x2160@60hz recognized during install, but not after install complete on 14.04.2

I have a GTX670 graphics card and a Philips BDM4065UC monitor which is configured for displayport 1.2. When I run Ubuntu 14.04.2 (amd64) from a USB boot mode using the tryme mode, my screen comes up ...