My laptop adds/enables a VGA monitor called
vga2 that doesn't actually exist every time I reboot, which fiddles with the mouse speed amongst other annoyances. What can I do to either stop it being enabled or automatically disable it on boot?
You can use the following command:
If this doesn't disable your non-existent VGA, then use the following method:
to get the right name of your VGA. This can be
If the name of your VGA is, for example
VGA2(as you said), then run:
xrandr --auto && xrandr --output VGA2 --off
This should disable the output of
man xrandr for more info.
Then, if you get it to work, put the right command in a small script, make it executable and put it to run on start up.