[ltp] screen resolution is wrong after removing "nomodeset" from kernel line in menu.lst
Mon, 6 Dec 2010 22:30:39 +0100
That mail adress looks fishy, maybe they just try pinging the list to see if
it is moderated.
Am Montag, 6. Dezember 2010, 20:40:14 schrieb Alex Deucher:
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> > From: Alex Deucher <firstname.lastname@example.org>
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> > Subject: Re: [ltp] screen resolution is wrong after removing "nomodeset"
> > from kernel line in menu.lst
> > On Thu, Dec 2, 2010 at 6:21 PM, Connor Behan wrote:
> >>> After starting X I now have a resolution of 800x600 or similar, even
> >>> though
> >>> my native resolution is 1400x1050. Running
> >>> $ xrandr -output LVDS --auto
> >>> fixes the resolution, but some windows that should be centred on the
> >>> screen
> >>> now appear in the upper left corner.
> >>> Any hints how I can fix the resolution at boot time without calling
> >>> xrandr?
> >> This is probably a stupid question but do you specify 1400x1050 in
> >> xorg.conf
> >> or the appropriate sections of xorg.conf.d? A lot of people say that X
> >> is now smart enough to get by without a config file but I still find
> >> that I need xorg.conf for a lot of things.
> > You shouldn't need an xorg.conf for most modern drivers. radeon
> > hasn't required one for most configurations for years.
> > Alex
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