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Personalize monitor position before login

I'm using multiple monitors. When logged in everything is fine: The left monitor is positioned to the left and the right monitor is positioned to the right, but before I log in, the login-screen ...
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How to force Multiple Monitors correct resolutions for LightDM?

I am affected by the BUG: https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/unity-greeter/+bug/874241 Otherwise, if like me you have a laptop connected to a second monitor of higher resolution, LIGHTDM at the ...
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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 "1368x768_60.00"...
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Need to reconfigure absolute position of dual monitors after reboot, how do I fix that?

I have two monitors, one is DELL P2411H 24” and the other is BenQ FP91G+ 19". All the times when I restart the PC I have to reconfigure the absolute position. How can I fix that?
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Gnome shell can't save screen resolution

Today I decided to try Gnome shell 3.10 on Ubuntu 14.04 and I noticed that after every restart my screen resolution is set to maximum which is not desirable. In Unity I don't have such problems. Also ...
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How to change the login screen resolution in Ubuntu 18.04

I need a way to change the boot-up and login screen resolution to 1920 x 1080 resolution. I have a 4K display on my laptop and can't read the text in the grub bootloader screen properly as they aren't ...
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1answer
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How can one change login screen resolution with propreitary graphic driver installed?

I installed the latest AMD BETA driver from this site . The installation was perfect. But now I am not able to see my login screen(where you type your password, as you know). My monitor displays "OUT ...
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2answers
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Login screen resolution

So I just installed Ubuntu 16.04 on my Dell XPS 13. When I get to the login screen it starts at 3200x1800 for a quick second, then I get a way lower resolution like 800x600 but as soon as I login it ...
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How to configure login screen resolution in Ubuntu 15.10

i'm using ubuntu 15.10 64bit. I have a problem with the login screen. I can't see the login screen because login screen's resolution setting is big for my monitor. My gpu card can't read my monitor's ...
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1answer
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Wrong display configuration used by LightDM in Ubuntu 13.10 when laptop lid is closed in docking station [duplicate]

Since upgrading to Ubuntu 13.10 on my laptop (actually to Xubuntu as I switched to XFCE) I'm running into problems with LightDM: I use two external displays (one 24" and one 22" display) connected to ...
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2answers
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Kubuntu 15.04 - Wrong log in screen resolution on laptop

I realise that there are similar questions on this problem for Ubuntu, including a question that I asked myself, but I have the same problem with Kubuntu 15.04. My Kubuntu system is set to a ...
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1answer
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How to run script automatically on each login to Unity (Ubuntu 12.04)?

I'm using dual monitor configuration (laptop + external CRT). Each time I lock my screen I need to restore my CRT screen parameters (actually refresh rate only) on next unlock. Screen refresh rate of ...
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Wrong resolution of login screen

I have a problem with login screen. 1) After boot-up the login screen appears with correct resolution (i.e. my default 3200x1800). However, after a fraction of second it changes to some ~1600x1200. ...
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1answer
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Dualhead X1800XT cold plug not working, but hot plug is working

When I have two monitors attached to my x1800xt during bootup, X, Unity or the graphics driver crashes during the last stage (loading UI when the monitor setup changes from mirror to extended, tty is ...
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2answers
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Why Ubuntu always force itself to be in 1440x900 resolution? [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: How do I force a resolution of 1024x768? My screen's resolution is 1024x768 and when I installed Ubuntu it was forcefully in 1440x900. I changed it in my account and again I'...

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