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Reason was the activated TV picture overscan setting of my TV device. If this setting is enabled, the borders of the pictures received from HDMI are cropped. I disabled overscan and now pictures stemming from my Ubuntu PC fit perfectly. You can read more about overscan here: http://www.komeil.com/blog/fix-cropped-picture-cut-off-screen-tv-hdmi-dvi


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You have an ATI graphics card, did you try the radeon.audio=1 kernel parameter? See No sound on HDMI with Radeon driver.


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This is an undercan issue best being resolved from from setting on your TV. Look for a menu entry to control output screen size from where you may be able to allow adjusting the screen depending on the HDMI input signal. The menu may be named differently, depending on your brand. For us a menu entry "Automatically adjust size" was the one needed for fully ...


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Your TV might be advertising a mode 1024x768 that it is not able to show. You can use one of these commands to see if your TV can show the other modes: xrandr --output HDMI1 --mode 1920x1080i xrandr --output HDMI1 --mode 1280x720 xrandr --output HDMI1 --mode 1024x768 --rate 60


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Ok, solved it. After installing pavucontrol sudo apt-get install pavucontrol the list of output devices showed me that my current HDMI output device was unplugged. Switching to the Configuration tab in pavucontrol allowed me to select the only digital output device that the system said was plugged in. After selecting that one, everything worked like ...


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Try this: ssh pi@(piip) Remember: Replace (piip) with your Pi's IP address. If prompted about fingerprints type y then enter 'raspberry' as the password You may now edit the file with: sudo nano /boot/config.txt



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