Re: Changing Screen resolution?
Date: 27 Mar 2005 02:35:31 -0800
Peter T. Breuer wrote:
> What? What do those words mean? Edit the config file to change the
> config of the thing you are interested in changing the config of.
> Show us what your X server says when you start it. Either run it from
> the console and save the output ("X -probeonly :1 2>&1 | tee log",
> probably, if "X" is symlinked to your server) to show us, or look at
> wherever its logs are configured to go.
> > I only have 800*600 and 600*480 resolution to
> > choose from. (in the drop-down list).
I think the key to Perry's query was that he is new to Linux (hence
contacting a setup newsgroup). He is using the GUI tools provided for
setting his system up and specifically the Display control panel. This
has a drop-down list of available resolutions, and in his case it
offers only two low resolutions. His hardware is obviously capable of
better and so he is asking how to do that. If possible without
recompiling the kernel.
I'm actually interested in this because I have a similar issue - a
graphics card and monitor capable of 1600 x 1200 but only offered a
maximum of 800 x 600 by the Display control panel (in my case, under
Fedora Core 2).
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