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    [SOLVED] Re: [SOLVED]Increase monitor resolution

    OK, so probably gmd was broken.
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    [SOLVED] Re: [SOLVED]Increase monitor resolution

    I'm glad you've solved the issue. The gnome.session (the gdm part) was clearly broken as proved by the touch command.

    For documentation purposes only, could you pls see if the...
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    [SOLVED] Re: [SOLVED]Increase monitor resolution

    In fact, we're back to square one. What all that means is the proposed solution to add the xrandr command in /etc/gdm/Init/Default doesn't work. It doesnt mean the xrandr is not the right solution...
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    [SOLVED] Re: [SOLVED]Increase monitor resolution

    Edit the gdm default file:


    sudo gedit /etc/gdm/Init/Default

    Look at the end of the file for:


    fi
    fi
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    [all variants] Re: Grub2 waits for keypress after failed boot

    I rather wanted to use a different approach and edited /boot/grub/grubenv to change recordfail to 0 (recordfail=0). Did work OK first time, but on the next boot recordfail was set to 1 again, and got...
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    [SOLVED] Re: [SOLVED]Increase monitor resolution

    AJH101 sorry, seems two different questions/answers are been discussed.
    Regarding to resolution non available after boot, you may want to ensure /etc/gdm/Init/Default is executed properly. "gdm" has...
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    [SOLVED] Re: [SOLVED]Increase monitor resolution

    LCD (all portables and flat screens) can't display a higher resolution of what's designed.
    They contain a fix number of pixels, so max resolution is determined by the physical device.
    CRT (the old...
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    [SOLVED] Re: [SOLVED]Increase monitor resolution

    You can have a "virtual" resolution. Meaning the screen will scroll as you approach the borders.

    I use this script to enable/disable between 1024x600 to 1024x768


    #!/bin/bash

    function...
  9. [ubuntu] Re: files in .config/autostart visible with startup manager but not being executed (9

    Same here.
    file is there with proper content, but doesn't start after loging.
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