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Thread: How to make screen resolution permanent?

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    How to make screen resolution permanent?

    I'm running ubuntu 12.10, 64 bit. Recently my screen resolution changed to 1024x768 for no apparent reason. I have managed to go back to 1280x1024 by following these instructions :
    http://www.ubuntugeek.com/how-change...ng-xrandr.html
    However when I try to save changes by going to /etc/gdm/init as instructed, it doesn't exist. GDM isn't installed in 12.10?
    Question - how do I make my changes in resolution permanent? Should I install gnome display manager and go from there or is there a better way?

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    Re: How to make screen resolution permanent?

    Problem solved by installing gdm and then editing the /etc/gdm/init/Default file

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