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How set my monitor resolution? [duplicate]

I have installed Ubuntu on my desktop, but my monitor don't pass more than 800x600 resolution. My monitor is good at 1360x768. How can I set resolution at 1380x768 ?
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Monitor Resolution problems after last update [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: How to set the monitor to its native resolution which is not listed in the resolutions list? Screen resolution stuck at 1024x768 I don't know if there is already a question ...
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Cannot set the proper resolution on new Dell laptop in Ubuntu-gnome 16.04 [duplicate]

I just received a new Dell Latitude E5570 for work and installed Ubuntu Gnome on it. I quickly realized that it was only running at 1366x768, rather than the 1920x1080 it should be capable of. In the ...
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Nvidia Gtx 970: Resolution stuck at 1024x768 [duplicate]

I have already read a bunch of threads and haven't gotten anywhere. I installed Ubuntu command-line only, then installed the Gnome desktop environment separately. Upon booting the desktop, the proper ...
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How do I get other resolution option other than default one in full screen? [duplicate]

I want to get my 1366x768 monitor to have other screen resolution 800x600 or 1240x768 in full screen. What option do I have? Thanks. Here what I did, shaharil@busuk:~$ xrandr Screen 0: ...
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screen resolution for my monitor not listed [duplicate]

I just upgraded to Ubuntu 11.10 Oneiric Ocelot. Everything works fine except for the screen resolution for my monitor which is wrong. In the system settings I can change it but the one that goes with ...
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Native resolution not supported [duplicate]

DP-1 connected primary 1440x900+1920+0 (normal left inverted right x axis y axis) 160mm x 90mm 1440x900 59.89*+ 1920x1080 60.05 60.00 50.04 1280x720 60.00 59.94 50....
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Monitor resolution through terminal [duplicate]

How can I force Ubuntu to apply a specific monitor resolution through terminal? In my case I have a monitor of resolution 1600*900@60fps but Ubuntu shows only two resolutions both awkwardly lower ...
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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? I'...
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How do you use an android tablet as a second display?

I've noticed people using a product for Windows and Mac called iDisplay which lets you use your Android or iPad as a secondary display. This seems like a great idea, and something that could be done ...
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How can I make xrandr customization permanent?

I used to edit the startup script for the GDM (/etc/gdm/Init/Default) to permanently change my display resolution. How can I do this with LigthDM in Ubuntu Oneiric?
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How to detect and configure an output with xrandr?

I have a DELL U2410 monitor connected to a Compaq 100B desktop equipped with an integrated AMD/ATI graphics card (AMD E-350). The installed O/S is Ubuntu 10.04 LTS. The computer is connected to the ...
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How do I configure Ubuntu for a 21:9 screen?

I have an ultra wide screen, 21:9 resolution, AOS. There's no option for 21:9 in the Ubuntu display settings though so I have to have the monitor set to 16:9 which kind of defeats the purpose of ...
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Can't set 1280x1024 with Nvidia Geforce 8400 GS

I've just installed 10.04 LTS using the Windows installer. The system hangs during boot; the splash screen is frozen and it accepts neither Ctrl+Alt+F2 nor Ctrl+Alt+Del, only a hard reset. (I'm a ...
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How can I set my resolution to 1280x1024 on an Acer Aspire Revo 3700?

FINAL UPDATE: Here is the best solution that I found after going through this problem lots of times. The question below is outdated because as it turns out the computer is not the problem; the monitor ...

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