MY current screen resolution is 1200X800 but from my monitor manual I can see that it support these resolution also 1366X768, 1280X960, 1280X1024 but there is no such option to change in my fedora 12. How can I change that?
I recently installed 11.2 and am now trying to increase the maximum screen resolution.When I go to 'confifure desktop' > 'display' it will not let me increase the maxiumum screen resolution past 800X600.My nVidia 6150 LE drivers/kernal are installed, so I'm not sure quite what to do.
New to ubuntu, as of about 3 days ago. Using ubuntu 9.10 on a Dell Dimension 3100. I installed ubuntu as a program on windows 7. I am only given the option for 800X600 and wanting to switch to 1024X768. My graph card is MESA DRI Intel 915G GEM 20090712 2009Q2 RC3/x86/MMX/SSE2 v1.4 Mesa 7.6. Other info: The X.ORG Foundation v1.6.4. How can I get the desired screen resolution?
Just got an HP dv6-2150 laptop. Dual boot with Windows 7 and 9.04 (9.10 will not work but that's a different story). The screen resolution is too low and is set at the highest option available (1024x768 which is a 4:3 aspect ratio). The HP uses the new Intel i3-330m chipset with on-board Intel HD graphics. The system is capable of 1366x768 resolution (16:9) - so how do I get it there? xorg.conf looks real generic - nothing specific to Intel.
I recently switched from Ubuntu to Fedora and had this screen brightness issue with my HP Pavilion dv3 notebook. The brightness is so blinding and I cannot adjust it.Fn keys works and responds but the screen stays the same.
I have a brand new computer with an ATI Radeon HD5850 video card I have a LCD monitor with a native resolution of 1920x1080. I installed Debian Testing 2.6.32-5-amd64
Because I have several machine, I use a KVM (switch keyboard) in the middle. This KVM is quite old but still work correctly only problem is that it don't forward the EDID information. Until now it wasn't a problem, and by specifying the correct parameters of the monitor in /etc/X11/xorg.conf , I always succeed to reach the 1920x1080 resolution
In installed the proprietary drivers from ATI Catalyst 10.6 (last version)
since I have 2 problems : first in the console I used framebuffer in 1280x1024x32. Before installation of the ATI drivers, it was ok, now the screen is completely black !! on every tty (I didn't investigate much on this trouble yet)
Second problem: I can't reach the native resolution of my monitor ! No matter what I'm doing, the best the driver propose is 1600x1200 !!
I made a lot of test and modification in xorg.conf but without success, it always goes back to this resolution and never propose something higher For information, if I connect the monitor directly to the video card (removing the KVM), everything is OK and the resolution is automatically set to 1920x1080
I have a 30" apple cinema display. The monitor handles up to 2560 x 1600 pixels which is the optimum resolution for this monitor. I found out that most apple monitors have nvidia graphic card.The monitor is hooked up to a motherboard Intel BOXDG45FC. This motherboard has Onboard Video Chipset Intel GMA 4500. However, using KDE interface I dont get beyond 1280x800 resolution for the monitor.How can I get the maximum resolution for the monitor?
Ubuntu 8.04 used to detect my display resolutions fine, but this version is unable to detect my max. resolution and I get lock-ups when I use the live disk without the "nomodeset" option. My display config is: lspci | grep -i vga 00:02.0 VGA compatible controller: Intel Corporation 82845G/GL[Brookdale-G]/GE Chipset Integrated Graphics Device (rev 01)
Detected resolutions (with nomodeset option): Screen 0: minimum 320 x 200, current 1024 x 768, maximum 2048 x 2048 VGA connected 1024x768+0+0 (normal left inverted right x axis y axis) 267mm x 200mm 800x600 85.1 + 85.1 72.2 75.0 60.3 56.2 1024x768 60.0* 832x624 74.6 640x480 85.0 75.0 72.8 75.0 59.9 720x400 85.0 70.1 640x400 85.1 640x350 85.1
The resolution 1152x864 is missed. This was a bug I had earlier reported on Intrepid (9.04). My OS: Linux ubuntu 2.6.32-21-generic #32-Ubuntu SMP Fri Apr 16 08:10:02 UTC 2010 i686 GNU/Linux I downloaded this 2 days ago. Also I was stumped at no kernel messages on any virtual terminal! How can I enable the printks?
I am using Intel builtin VGA card. I got a problem with resolution which is max here 800*600. I want to set it to 1024*768. I already did that using xandr but the problem is every time I restart I get to my default settings feeling like ubuntu discharge all my changes all fields even if i followed the steps of saving.
I just installed openSuse11.3 on my desktop, but when I switch on my pc, windows starts aumatically. I can run openSuse only if I insert installation cd, select BOOT FORM HARD DISK and then Grub appears...I have a problem also with screen resolution, I installed nVidia drivers, but the maximum resolution is 1024X768...
I am trying to find the maximum supported resolution of my video card by using xrandr. My card is an NVidia GeForce Go 7300 (in a laptop). The official documentation does not list specific resolutions that are supported. My laptop display is detected as "AUO" in the NVidia X Server Settings dialog (Ubuntu 10.04 amd64) and has a native resolution of 1280x800. However, I would like to know what is the maximum resolution that I could use on a display with the VGA adapter irrespective of whether the laptop's display is on. This is what I get from xrandr: Screen 0: minimum 512 x 384, current 1280 x 800, maximum 2304 x 864 default connected 1280x800+0+0 0mm x 0mm
1280x800 50.0* 51.0 56.0 52.0 1024x768 52.0 50.0
I am guessing the maximum width of 2304 would be for using TwinView with the laptop's 1280-width display next to a 1024 CRT or similar. Surely these cannot be the only supported resolutions. I would like to use a LCD display of width somewhere around 1600 pixels (in particular while turning off the laptop's screen so as to use the external LCD as the primary display) if possible.
I have 2 samsung lcd monitors same model....but the issue is after installing fedora 12 using one of the lcd monitors the resolution was perfect..after replacing with the other monitor i am not able to get the right resolution...even in display setting there is no option for that particular resolution..its seems to be strange..i am also not able to find the xorg.conf file in fedora.
After booting, logging into KDE i click the System Setting>Display and the screen resolution becomes 1024x768(60.0Hz).I do this everytime to get this resolution.Is there any way to save the screen resolution? And nothing happens if i press "Print Screen SysRq" from keyboard, so can't get any screenshot. Why doesn't "Print Screen SysRq" work?
i recently installed fedora 11 i386 from fedora 8 i386. it was a fresh install. with 8 i had a 1024x768 res and my monitor is a 15.4" Polaroid LCD tv that has a max res of 1280x800. when i goto display and try to change the res it only shows 800x600 and below.
I installed Fedora 12 into a virtual Machine (using virtualbox). Everything was perfect but the screen resolution is only 800*600. I cannot read the text fine and work is impossible.I searched already other posts but i couldn't find anything helpful.How can i set the resolution at least at ca 1280*1024?
I have some experience with Linux (mostly Ubuntu) but absolutely none with Fedora. In fact I have needed to re-install twice just to get to this stage. I now have a fully updated Fedora 14 Gnome desktop. I have (finally) got Nvidia graphics drivers up and running. I can open the Nvidia Settings screen and everything looks ok except that the desktop screen resolution doesn't seem correct. I have a Sony Vaio with default screen resolution of 1920x1200. In Nvidia settings it was set to AUTO, but I've changed that as root user to 1920x1200 with a refresh rate of 60 Hz and rebooted. My desktop looks quite good, but it's not 1920x1200 - maybe 1600x1200? Perhaps. How do I confirm the current resolution?
I have run Code: glx info | grep direct and the output is Code: direct rendering: Yes GL_EXT_Cg_shader, GL_EXT_depth_bounds_test, GL_EXT_direct_state_access, Which I presume is ok?
I am using Mercury p4VM800 mother Board and Intel PIV 2 GHz Processor. I have installed the fedora 10 Today. My screen resolution was automatically set to 650x480 and this is the only option available in graphical mode. I am not able to increase the resolution to 1024x768. I once again reinstalled the F10. during the installation, in the boot: option I have entered 'linux resolution=1024x768', but it won't work.
I m trying to install Fedora 10 on my computer with ATI Radeon HD3850 but when anaconda is loaded i get a very wierd resolution that my screen can't read. Using another screen i got an image but it was unreadable. It was like the frequency was wrong or something.
Just installed F11. Been totally frustrated all day and all night with resolutions and DNS bugs. I installed system-config-display so I can get my video working properly. However, my monitor says it's out of range only on the login screen. How can I change the resolution for the login screen to match that of my working environment?
I installed FC11 on my laptop T43 and the video card is ATI Mobility Radeon x300. Now I have a problem of screen resolution with external monitor:
When I do presentation, I have to mirror the two monitors and both set to 1024*768, which is not perfect.
I remember that when I use RHEL 5 desktop edition, The system can automatically detect the external monitor and set it by itself ----- The laptop uses 1400*1050 and the external monitors such as projector uses 1024*768. But I haven't found such feature on FC11.
Im running fedora 11. I pressed the desktop effects button yesterday, and it suddenly changed my resolution to 800x600 when it was previously a lot higher. I couldn't fix it, so i reinstalled fedora 11. Couldn't fix it. Reinstalled Windows XP, then reinstalled fedora 11, and it fixed. Now, 12 hours on, it has gone back to 800x600. How can i fix this?!
How do you get to the place to change the screen resolution through the menus in Fedora 13? When I couldn't find it, I ran gnome-display-properties, changed the resolution, restarted, and when it started back up the resolution was not changed!
What is the recommended way to change the screen resolution?
I have a intel 82845 video card. I want to set the screen resolution to 1600x1200. The highest choice under system> preferences > Monitors is1024x768. I see some posts saying to edit xorg.conf, but when I go to /etc/X11/ there is no xorg.conf. I know the card and my monitor will do this resolution, as I had it to that resolution in windows 7 and in XP.
it will NEVER let me change the screen resolution to 1440x900. It never gives me the option. I then spend hours looking for fixes, making Xconf files and editing them to no avail. The same is true for Fedora 15 (Beta). what can i do to get the 1440x900 option in my "Display" list in Fedora.
I just install a GT240 video card on my desktop. The monitor that I've been using is a 50PH9UK plasma TV. The TV is connected to the desktop through VGA output. It appears that Fedora sets the screen size at 1360x860 by default. However, I prefer to set the screen size at 1020x768. The problem is that everytime I reboot the desktop, Fedora automatically resizes the screen to the default resolution (1360x860). I tried to look for the xcon.fig file in /etc/X11/ but it's not there. It appears that the xcon.fig is missing. Do you know how I can correct the automatic screen reset issue? By the way, I'm using the Fedora 14 KDE version.