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    Re: Autoscript at Statup

    Thank you SeijiSensei. That I can do, however how do I put the code in a file that will execute in rc.local?

    I can write the code in gedit.Do I just save it as a text file?
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    Autoscript at Statup

    I wish to run the following script automatically at the startup of Ubuntu 16.04

    xrandr --newmode "1280x768_60.00" 79.50 1280 1344 1472 1664 768 771 781 798 -hsync +vsync
    xrandr --addmode VGA1...
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    [SOLVED] Re: Display Resolution Problem

    Thank you mörgæs. The topic your linked to was for 1280x1024 resolution. I require 1280x768. I then followed the steps given in the link substituting in my required resolution.

    The ourput of...
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    [SOLVED] Display Resolution Problem

    My PC:


    Memory: 990.0 MiB
    Processor: Intel Atom CPU N270 @ 1.60GHz x 2
    Graphics: Intel 945GME x86/MMX/SSE2
    OS: Ubuntu 16.04
    OS Type: 32-bit
    Monitor: ASUS VH202T
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    [ubuntu] Re: No hwmon interface?

    Checking in the Ubuntu Software Center shows thinkfan is not installed
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    [ubuntu] No hwmon interface?

    When I boot up into my Ubuntu 14.04 I get a quick screen message saying something like "No hwmon interface detected". This appears before the Ubuntu logo is displayed.

    What is a hwmon interface...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Setting Screen Resolution

    Sorry about that Bucky.

    sudo lshw -c video returns:


    *-display:0
    description: VGA compatible controller
    product: Mobile 945GSE Express Integrated Graphics...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Setting Screen Resolution

    Output for sudo lshw -c video is


    PCI (sysfs)

    My software is up-to-date. I checked additional divers when installing and there was nothing pertaining to graphics.

    I installed and ran...
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    Multubit HD Uninstall

    I installed Multibit HD bitcoin wallet on my Ubuntu 14.04 PC about a week age. I tried to like it, but it was just not right for me. I then installed Multibit Classic, which is much more to me...
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    [ubuntu] Setting Screen Resolution

    I recently installed Ubunut 14.04 as a dual boot system (with Windows XP) on my PC (1GB RAM, Intel® Atom CPU N270 @ 1.60GHz × 2, Intel 945GME x86/MMX/SSE2, 32 bit).

    I wish to set my screen...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Log-in Screen Resolution

    I have studied the Lightdm primer here:
    https://wiki.ubuntu.com/LightDM
    In part, it states:


    I also read /usr/share/doc/lightdm/lightdm.conf.gz. This is very helpful - once I know where to put...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Log-in Screen Resolution

    Thank you for your guidance deadflower.

    It would appear that 50-unity.conf is run after the greeter-session, so my lightdmxrandr.sh (that is executed in 50-unity.conf) is also run after the...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Log-in Screen Resolution

    I am going a little off topic here. When setting up my new default resolution (1368x768), I used gft (not cvt) to get my modeline info:

    gtf 1368 768 60
    # 1368x768 @ 60.00 Hz (GTF) hsync: 47.70...
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    [ubuntu] Log-in Screen Resolution

    Using Ubuntu 14.04 with Unity.

    I needed to set my screen resolution to 1368x768 (from the default 1024x768) that was not an available option in Settings>Displays. To do this, I installed xrandr...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Making Resolution Setting Persistent

    After reading terdon's post here, it would appear that I need to make my 1368x768 resolution available to Unity and let it handle the setting. To do this, I made a shell script file...
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    [SOLVED] Re: File Edit From Command Line

    Thank you CantankRus. All is now well. I have edited my 50-ubuntu.conf file back to its original state and all is working.
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    [SOLVED] File Edit From Command Line

    I made a change (obviously wrong) in my 50-ubunutu.conf file (Ubuntu 14.04) and upon rebooting I cannot log in using the normal log-in screen. I used Ctrl+Alt+F1 to log in to the command line. Now I...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Making Resolution Setting Persistent

    I can understand that the following code will need to run before the login screen:


    xrandr --newmode "1368x768_60.00" 85.86 1368 1440 1584 1800 768 769 772 795 -HSync +Vsync
    xrandr --addmode...
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    [ubuntu] Making Resolution Setting Persistent

    When I start my Ubuntu PC and log in, I am limited to a 1024x768 resolution on my wide-screen monitor.


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    To get my required resolution of 1368x768, I useb xrandr


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    [SOLVED] Re: Stuck with 4:3 display setting

    ibjsb4, thank you for your assistance. My eee B202 with the Atom and 1GB of RAM handles Unity without a problem.

    Now, back to my problem. xrabdr returned:


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    So my 1366x768 resolution...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Setting Default Wireless Network

    Thank you matt-concretecomputing. the first part of my problem is solved.

    Now, can anyone help with the second part " I also want the Guest account to only be able to connect to network "B" and...
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    [SOLVED] Stuck with 4:3 display setting

    I recently fitted a new display to my ASUS eee B202 (Ubuntu 14.04). My previous display was 1024x768. My new display is 1366x768.

    When I go into Settings/Displays, the only resolution that I have...
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    [ubuntu] Setting Default Wireless Network

    I have two available wireless networks, both of about equal strength and always using the same wireless channel. My PC OS is Ubuntu 14.04 system and it is currently set up to automatically connect...
  24. [SOLVED] Re: Swann Webcam Not Working in Ubuntu 14.04

    The problem was solved by installing GUVCVideo and using that (instead of Cheese Booth).
  25. [SOLVED] Swann Webcam Not Working in Ubuntu 14.04

    I have a Swann USB webcan attached to my XP/Ubuntu 14.04 PC. This webcam works well in XP, however in Ubuntu 14.04 using Cheese I get this:

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    This is the webcam that I am using:

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