Re: [opensuse] nvidia display problem in 11.3
- From: Joel Young <julle@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Sun, 18 Jul 2010 19:59:58 +0200
On Sunday 18 July 2010 14:23:12 Felix Miata wrote:
On 2010/07/18 03:56 (GMT-0400) lynn composed:Thanks for clarify this, I put it there after finding it put there in nvnew
On Saturday 17 July 2010 20:04:48 (GMT+0200) Joel Young wrote:
After a lot of fighting with a similar problem, my screen referrer
1440x900, but Xorg went to 1440x960 all the time.
I put this line in my .bashrc file
xrandr --output default --mode 1440x900 --preferred
.bashrc is intended for bash, your login shell, which runs on every login,
not really what you want for commands designed to be run only for X. Did
you try putting it in ~/.xinitrc (which isn't necessary by default)?
I put the xrandr command in my /home/lynn/.bashrc file
Is there a global system wide file which does the same for all users?
I put global xrandr commands in /etc/X11/xinit/xinitrc. No one's told me a
better place when I've asked about problems with xrandr commands used
there. It seems when you have multiple xrandr commands, order of execution
is important, as well as order of command line parameters, which can make
getting configured quite confusing and frustrating.
Joel Young aka JULLE
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