Changing Screen Resolution Through Terminal
I'm very new to Ubuntu.
I'm running it on VMWare on a Macbook Pro and it defaults to show it in a standard screen view, not widescreen, leaving large black bars at either side of my screen during full-screen mode.
I found the screen resolution tool in the system menu, but unfortunately, I changed it by mistake to a resolution that does not allow me to view the window that opens fully. In fact, it cuts off the bottom, not allowing me to press "apply" to the correct resolution.
I cannot resize it, move it, or press tab+enter to get the right button (for some reason...tab to cancel works fine).
Is there a way to change resolution in terminal, or to restore the display defaults (either one) so that I can use it again. Right now, its almost unviewable.