[opensuse] Screen resolution file?
- From: "Hylton Conacher (ZR1HPC)" <hylton@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Thu, 27 Jan 2011 12:38:28 +0200
Running OpenSuSe 11.2 and a 11.3 on separate hardware both with KDE and
would like to find out which file I can edit using my trusty Kate or
kwrite text editor that would control the screen resolution.
I currently need to use krandrtray to set the resolution from the system
auto default of 1680x1050 to a more respectable/readable 1024x768. If I
logoff or power down the machine, I need to visit krandrtray each time
to set the screen resolution as it defaults to the auto setting of
1680x1050 when I logon again.
I have already Googled and looked at the mailing list archives and have
not seen anything specific other than what I have tried already.
What I would like to know is which filename, read by the OS on user
logon, decides the screen resolution for that user. Can I edit the
contents of this/these file/s using the Kate/Kwrite text editor?
Hylton is a Lions Club member of Fish Hoek Lions Club(District 410A)
Part of the worlds largest NGO Lions Clubs Int http://www.lionsclubs.org
This Lion is using openSuSE Linux since v9.0 with KDE
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