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Non-default resolutions should work but don't

I just installed Ubuntu 14.04 on my computer with an integrated Intel® Ivybridge Desktop graphics chip, and immediately noticed the resolution was wrong. When I went to change my resolution, there ...
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Lubuntu 14.04 Dual Mon with ARandR Screen Layout Editor

I have make use of the XRandR with Lubuntu 14.04 on my old VAIO TZ17GN notebook. It working fine for my dual monitors situation. But I found some tricky issues. Desktop issue First of all, I can't ...
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Configuring two sets of mirrored displays

I'm trying to configure several Ubuntu 14.04 desktop workstations, each of which has a total of 4 monitors. I would like to configure them so that there are 2 independent screens, each of which is ...
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Problem with increasing screen refresh rate in Lubuntu

System: Lubuntu 14.04, Graphic: NVIDIA NV18 (GeForce 4 MX440 AGP 8x) Driver: Nvidia-319 Problem: My screen resolution is pretty low, I want to increase it, but there is no opportunity for this. ...
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Can't change monitor to native resolution

I'm using a laptop running ubuntu 14.04 LTE, and I have secondary monitor LG Flatron M197WD, which according to the lg website can run in a 1366x768 resolution. This mode didn't show up in either the ...
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Can't switch to Discrete GPU Hybrid Graphics ATI/intel

Just recently I had got my hybrid graphics working with DRI_PRIME=1. I obviously have the open source drivers. Now for some reason that I can't figure out it has stopped working. xrandr ...
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Why doesn't xrandr recognize my view as connected, even though it's on?

I have a dual screen setup via a Lenovo docking station, the laptop itself has its lid shut. The two screens are mirror display, i.e. both are clearly on and working to some extent, they both display ...
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xrandr --addmode doesn't add to the wanted output (DVI-I-0), instead adding to HDMI-0

The monitor I use is a Samsung SyncMaster S24B300, and no matter what the heck I do, Ubuntu refuses to use 1920x1080 at 60hz for the output I want, despite my monitor (which is unrecognized by the ...
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What is causing my my screen to go black?

I have this Ubuntu (12.04.4) netbook hooked up to a 55" screen to display slides and info. It was running fine for quite a while and was set up not to go to screen saver or anything. I think there was ...
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resize to full screen with xrandr without blur effect

I have an Asus A52JC notebook http://www.asus.com/Notebooks_Ultrabooks/A52JC/specifications/ with Nvidia GEforce 310M and I use it with a 22" external monitor philips with 1920x1080 native resolution. ...
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Ubuntu 14.04: reset xrandr config

I did a wrong setting with xrandr (wrong use of --scale parameter) and now my Ubuntu 14.04 freeze after unity login screen I tried to remove (from recovery shell) ~/.config/monitors.xml and set ...
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Dual Monitor Problem xrandr

Using fluxbox with Linux Mint. I have this script to set dual screen in fluxbox xrandr --output DP-1 --off --output DVI-I-1 --mode 1600x900 --pos 1440x0 --rotate normal --output DVI-D-1 --mode ...
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Image too big for monitor after crash

Ubuntu 14.04 w gnome 3 So my monitor should work on a 1920x1080p (16:9) but no 16:9 ratio resolution fit the screen (top bar, application, power button are all off screen). The only ratio that is ...
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1920x1080 resolution for ASUS laptop running Ubuntu Studio

I'm trying to get Ubuntu Studio to run at the laptop's native resolution. I've already installed the Guest Additions, which gave the os additional resolution settings, but the 1920x1080 and other ...
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TV as monitor overscans

My SHARP TV overscans. Every edge are out of the screen :-( I use Xubuntu 14.04. I have tried to solve the issue, but I wasn't able to do it. pc@roland:~$ xrandr -q Screen 0: minimum 320 x 200, ...
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xrandr operates don't save after reboot

I use ubuntu14.04 , with GeForce 220 installed . I don't install nvidia driver and don't want too(please don'ot tell me install nvidia driver) .Follow this link Nvidia DVI/VGA problem .I success make ...
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Screen resolution after reboot is incorrect

I've reviewed lots of questions related to this issue and I'm actually stuck. Here's what I have: 2 monitors set in mirror mode. Problem I had was that one of them was not having the 1600x900 ...
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How to set wallpaper for both monitors on Xubuntu when using arandr

I used arandr (a GUI for xrandr) to set up two monitors side by side in my xfce/xubuntu DE. However, the wallpaper that set using the xfce settings manager applies only to one monitor, while the other ...
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Resolution: only 640 x 480 possible

I'm new to Ubuntu and I can't get the right resolution: The only one I can choose in "monitor settings" (I'm running Lubuntu 14.04 because the laptop is too slow for Ubuntu) is 640 x 480 (with a ...
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Can't adjust Resolution on a virtual Ubuntu 14.04 [duplicate]

I have recently created an Ubuntu Virtual Machine, but the resolution is way off, and I am not able to change it to a more appropriate size. My host machine is a MacBook pro running 10.7.5 with a ...
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Why is my reported RandR version different when connected via xrdp vs remmina

Setup Linux 3.11.0-22-generic #38~precise1-Ubuntu SMP Fri May 16 20:47:57 UTC 2014 x86_64 x86_64 x86_64 GNU/Linux installed xrdp and set "gnome-session --session=ubuntu-2d" in ~/.xsession Problem ...
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1152×864 Screen display resolution

Help, i need to change my screen to 1152x864. It is stuck 1024x768. I have a graphics card which is unknown to Ubuntu so i have to change the screen manually. I'm using xrandr and i got help getting ...
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Add new resolution mode with xrandr

Currently my resolution is set to 1920x1080. I want to change the resolution to something like 1280x720, but 1920x1080 is the only option available. I want to change the resolution, because I have low ...
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problem with xrandr

after I change an external display resolution with xrandr to 1920 1080 the following error appears Failed to apply configuration: %s ...
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How can I install the intel hd4600 graphics driver on 13.10?

I downloaded Intel (R) Graphics Installer 1. 0. 4 for Linux* from here: https://01.org/linuxgraphics/downloads, when I open the application and I press "BEGIN" I get this error message. Im running a ...
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How to make Xrandr permanent? [duplicate]

I have a second monitor which was getting a low resolution at start up. Using xandr I am able to add the proper resolution (1360x768). How do I make it permanent? I saw another post about this, but it ...
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Startup script locks up Ubuntu 14.04 [duplicate]

I ran Ubuntu 13.10 with a startup script that had three xrandr commands in it to add a screen resolution that Ubuntu couldn't detect. After upgrading to Ubuntu 14.04, the system freezes on startup. ...
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Xrandr error when using using 2560x1440 monitor

I have an 2560x1440 monitor on an Intel HD graphics adapter. Since Intel HD cannot by default drive a display higher than 1920x1200, I used in Ubuntu 12.04 the following trick (derived from ...
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xrandr command - what it actually says about current resolution ?

http://paste.ubuntu.com/7403435/ I pasted there what the output of xrandr command gave me. I am not sure about the little star (*) meaning. And the (+) sign. 1920x1080 60.0*+ Is that ...
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Upgrade X to Saucy on Precise

I've installed the Saucy latest kernel with by installing the following package: linux-image-generic-lts-saucy Everything is working great, no problems. I am, however, running into issues with X ...
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Dell XPS 15 L521x miniDisplay to VGA detects monitor but does not work

I have an Dell XPS 15 L521x Laptop with an HDMI and miniDisplay outputs only. The HDMI port works great but when I'm trying to connect to a VGA output using mini DP -> VGA adapter the OS detects the ...
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Mouse flickering on one of my two screens

I just installed ubuntu 14.04 and the mouse is now flickering on one of my two screens. The other screen doesn't have any flickering. I was previously using ubunutu 13.10 without any issue. If I ...
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Can't set custom resolution with TV and GT610, xrandr and Nvidia woes!

So, I've looked around, and I know nothing about xrandr and the lot. I thought I had my display fixed, but it kinda... Pans, or scrolls, when I move my mouse to the edge of my display... Anyone know ...
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Connecting to a CRT television through an HDMI to analog converter

Running Kubuntu 13.10 on a Lenvo G500 laptop, trying to connect an old CRT television as a second screen. Since the TV is old and only has analog inputs, I ordered an HDMI->Component Video converter ...
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Why don't my lightdm.conf edits affect my desktop screen resolution?

I wanted to change my desktop screen resolution to 1366x768. But my VESA drivers(AMD REDWOOD) did not detect that resolution. So I created a shell script as follows:- xrandr --newmode ...
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How can one run a shell script just before the desktop session begins?

I want my system to run with 1366x768 resolution. Note that this resolution is not detected by the open source driver. So I created a bash script as follows :- xrandr --newmode "1368x768_60.00" ...
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Refresh rate is 120Hz while my screen is 60Hz

I don't understand why I have to different refresh rate on my system: Here is my xrandr output: $ xrandr Screen 0: minimum 320 x 200, current 1600 x 900, maximum 8192 x 8192 DVI-I-1 connected ...
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how to get a DisplayLink display adapter working in Ubuntu 13.10

I have a UGA-2K-A USB 2.0 to DVI DisplayLink graphics adapter and I'm trying to get it to work on Ubuntu 13.10 in order to hook it up to a display. First, I confirmed that the package ...
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Ubuntu 12.04 | Display issues with Dell GX620

I recently installed ubuntu 12.04 on Dell GX620. I'm not able to change the resolution from 'Display'. I have already tried the following method: Modeline "1280x1024_60.00" 109.00 1280 1368 1496 ...
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Xrandr modes not set at login

In my setup (PXE-boot/kdm/openbox), the resolutions are added after login. It is difficult to describe the complete setup, so I will ask more generally. Which process is responsible for adding the ...
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How to change min desktop resolution

I'm trying to use my MSI GT70 with my old tablet Wacom PL-550. My problem is that each attempt to install Nvidia driver on the laptop resulted in a unbooteable system, and that in current ...
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Failed to get size of gamma for output default when trying to add new screen resolution

I'm trying to adjust resolution on my new MSI GT70 2OC. In settings, only one resolution is available: 1920x1080. This is fine, except that I need to decrease the resolution and make it more ...
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Start ubuntu with xrandr generated screen resolution

First of all, sorry for starting a new question. I couldn't see the forest thrue all the trees anymore is what we would say here in holland. It started with this question where I didn't know how to ...
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How can I crop a 1920x1200 monitor to 1920x1080?

I have a 1920x1200 monitor, and have some situations where I want to force the output to the more common 1920x1080. However, I don't want to distort the output, and would prefer a "cropping" black bar ...
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Ubuntu 13.10: Xrandr returns HDMI disconneted

I have an Asus PB278Q that I am trying to hook up to my laptop running Ubuntu 13.10. When I type Xrandr it reports the proper information for screen 0 but says that HDMI-0 is disconnected. I have ...
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Cursor blinking with DisplayLink

I just got my DisplayLink monitor (Lenovo LT1421) running on my Ubuntu 13.10 Laptop. With the help of some really helpful tutorials from archlinux (https://bbs.archlinux.org/viewtopic.php?id=164385) I ...
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Can't change the resolution higher than 1024x768

Hello complete newbie here. So from the moment i installed ubuntu 12.04 i tried changing the resolution to the maximum supported by my monitor which is 1440x900. I tried installing the proprietary ...
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wacom axis sensitivity

My wacom stretchs everything vertically. How do I lower its vertical sensitivity? I use my display rotated to see it vertically. May be it is confusing the tablet. (But I switched off absolute ...
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Resolution Problem 1366x768 in Ubuntu 12.04

My resolution is 1366x768 but I get only these 4 options: 1280 x 1024 1024 x 768 800 x 600 640 x 400. I have tried using xrandr but I get the following error: "xrandr: Failed to get size of gamma ...
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xrandr - LDVS1 detected but doesn't actually exist

I have a PC-Mini with one DVI output -- and nothing else. When I check xrandr I see this: LVDS1 connected (normal left inverted right x axis y axis) 1024x768 60.0 + 800x600 60.3 ...