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/etc/modules file is for kernel moludes ( aka drivers). It says right at the top of the file. That's not the right place to put custom commands. Step 1: Take those 3 commands, save in a set-screen.sh somewhere in your home directory. For example, mine would be in /home/serg/bin/set-screen.sh and that's how it would look like: #!/bin/sh sleep 15 xrandr ...


Open the Ubuntu System Settings. Then go to Appearance. In the Look tab, there is Theme setting. The default is called Ambiance, but you can also pick High Contrast, which gives you a hard black and white contrast. Furthermore, you can set a keyboard shortcut for switching to high contrast in System Settings->Keyboard->Shortcuts->Universal Access.


use these values to try to solve Screen is flickering, shaking: edit or create /usr/share/X11/xorg.conf.d/00-modesetting.conf and add Section "Device" Identifier "gma500_gfx" Driver "modesetting" Option "SWCursor" "ON" EndSection Video doesn-t work, is very slow and impossible to see anything: edit or create ...


There is a nice program called arandr. It allows saving current layout as a shell script. So edit the layout as you need, save the shell script, make it executable with chmod 755 /path/to/script.sh. Now you can add that as one of the autostart entries in Startup Applications, so on every GUI log-in your configuration will be reset

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