CentOS 5 :: Change The Screen Resolution Of The Installed KVM?

Jun 7, 2011

I am running Windows 7 inside KVM on Cent OS 5.6. how do you change the screen size of the Windows 7 KVM. It is about a third of the size of the current screen resolution.

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CentOS 5 :: How To Change The Welcome Screen Resolution

Apr 2, 2009

How to change the welcome screen resolution? (Where you input the username and password) I use NVIDIA driver which download from its official web site. After reboot, the welcome screen out of bottom.Change session, language and restart computer menu not in the screen. Is there a way to set the welcome screen resolution? or how can I fix it?

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CentOS 5 Hardware :: Change Screen Resolution Outside Of X Windows?

Nov 15, 2009

I used to use Linux a long time ago and remember there was a way in the startup script to change the video resolution from 80x25 to high resolution line 50 lines mode. I can't seem to find were to do that any more. I have been reading posts and etc and everything is about changing resolution in X-Windows. how to change the default screen outside of X-Windows>

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OpenSUSE :: Change The Resolution On Old Server With 11.3 Installed?

Jan 14, 2011

I have given up on trying to change the resolution on my old server with 11.3 installed because there is no easy way in 11.3 to change to 1024 x 768 x 64K colours to accomodate the inadequate memory of the on board display adaptor so I have reinstalled 11.2 which had gui for controlling display resolution.

I must keep my /home partition intact and therein, I suspect lies the problem because in the /home directory there are both .kde and .kde4 directories. Although immediately after installation of 11.2 (network install) kde 3.5 was running, after all the updates had run I ended up with kde 4.3.5 and therefore the same problem of not being able easily to change screen resolution. Is it possible to revert to earlier kde and how should I do this please? Another option I have still to try is to install a display adaptor card. The machine bios is supposed to turn off the integrated display controller if it detects one in a slot, but how do I get my operating system to find and install drivers for the new card?

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Debian :: Cannot Seem To Change Screen Resolution

Aug 17, 2010

Ever since I installed Debian, my monitor keep saying: "Input Signal Out of Range Change Settings to 1600x900 - 60Hz". So I thought it a problem of the screen resolution, so I have been trying to edit my xorg.conf file, but it doesn't seem to work at all. And this is my settings.

Section "Monitor"
Identifier"Configured Monitor"

Section "Screen"
Identifier"Default Screen"
Monitor"Configured Monitor"
Device"HP 2009m"
SubSection "Display"

Virtual2048 2048

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Ubuntu :: How Can I Change Screen Resolution

May 14, 2010

How can I change screen resolution?

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Ubuntu :: Can't Change Screen Resolution / Do That?

Aug 10, 2010

I'm very new to Ubuntu and have 9.04 running on a Sony Vaio, don't know what graphics card I have. My screen resolution doesn't have an option higher than 800x600, so everything looks super zoomed in. Other threads tell me to edit xorg.conf, which I did (probably incorrectly). The result was the computer had mega problems when I restarted it, and when it finally got back to the desktop it didn't give me any other options for screen resolution. Also it says I'm in low graphics mode.

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Ubuntu :: Can't Change Screen Resolution Itself

Feb 14, 2011

I recently upgraded my desktop pc from 10.04 to 10.10 and ran into a tad of trouble. After I attempted to login from the GDM, something caused the system to crash and return to the GDM. So, I got my laptop out, did some googling, and decided to delete ~/.config/monitors.xml to try and reset the resolution. That got me to the Desktop, at which point I was greeted by more display issues.

The point at which the computer normally goes idle seems to crash and return it to the GDM as well. Needless to say, I disabled the idling/password prompt setting to prevent crashes every five minutes. Anyway, the prevailing problem is that I can't change the resolution itself -- as that seems to cause the same issue.

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Ubuntu :: Can't Change Screen Resolution

Mar 13, 2011

I've recently installed Ubuntu 10.10 on an old Dell computer I have. Everything seems to work fine, but I can't seem to change the screen resolution. In the monitor Preferences it says Monitor:Unknown. It's stuck on 1600x1200 and I'd like it to be closer to 1024x768

I've tried changing the xorg.conf file to no avail. I've been browsing for 3 days now looking for a solution.

[URL] These are my specs if it helps any, ignore the windows installation info because I have it installed alongside ubuntu.

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Ubuntu :: Screen Resolution Will Not Change / What To Do?

Apr 1, 2011

I cannot get my screen resolution to change from 1600x1200. This is a new install of Ubuntu 10.10 and the desired option ( 1024x768 ) is listed under System/Preferences/Monitors. Changing the resolution and clicking Apply results in a screen refresh, but the resolution remains at 1600x1200.

I have gone through just about every tutorial and thread I can find, but nothing works. Here is some relevant information I have gathered code...

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General :: How To Change The Screen Resolution

Sep 16, 2010

I am running 'Slitaz.3' but don't have a clue how i may change the screen resolution.

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General :: Can't Change The Screen Resolution From 800 X 600?

Jan 21, 2011

I have a mecer bravo laptop which has a sis mirage graphics card, I cant change the screen resolution from 800 x 600 to anything better.

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CentOS 5 Hardware :: Increase Screen Resolution On Headless Centos Server

Oct 19, 2010

I have a centos 5.5 server, without a monitor connected to it.Sometime i need to connect to it with VNC, but maximum resolution is 800x600.How can i increase it at least 1024x748 ??I tried in system-config-display changing the monitor to a generic CRT 1024x768, and rebooted.But only allowed resolutions are 800x600 and 640x480.

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Ubuntu :: 9.10 Newly Installed Doesn't Detect Proper Screen Resolution?

Jan 2, 2010

My monitor is the hp pavilion f1703. The 9.10 only offers 2 resolutions 800 x 600 (4:3) and 640 x 480 (4:3)The native screen resolution is 1280 x 1024 @ 60Hz which is obviously not offered. I did my homework and followed this guide found here http://www.ubuntugeek.com/how-to-adj...on-ubuntu.htmlall i got was 'xrandr:cannot find mode 1280x1024' when i try to set the resolution manuallyThe weird thing is ubuntu 8.10 detects my monitor native screen resolution just fine.

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Fedora :: F11 - How To Change Resolution For Login Screen

Aug 13, 2009

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?

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Fedora :: Change The Screen Resolution Through The Menus?

May 26, 2010

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?

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Fedora :: Change Screen Resolution To 1440x900?

Apr 25, 2011

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.

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Ubuntu :: Change Splash Screen Resolution?

May 2, 2010

I've recently upgraded to Ubuntu 10.04 LTS. When I boot up I see this:


in a very low resolution

At the login screen and on the desktop my resolution is 1680 x 1080

Is there a way to make the splash screen that resolution as well?

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Ubuntu :: Can't Change Screen Resolution Version 10.10

Mar 19, 2011

I like many of its features. But i cant change the screen resolution from 800 x 600 and the monitor type is set to unknown... I tried googling to find a solution but i didnt succed.. Atlast i gave up and tried fedora.. fortunately fedora detected my monitor and i was able to change the resolution.. It is also another linux distribution but why not ubuntu...?

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Ubuntu :: Unable To Change Screen Resolution

Sep 17, 2010

Just Installed the latest version of Ubuntu Netbook on my Toshiba Portege 7200 and the screen resolution is set to 800x600. The OS is not recognizing the fact the laptop can do 1024x768. I've been searching the net for a few hours to fix the problem and I'm not getting anywhere. The fix to the problem is to add the info below to the Xorg.conf file. This file does not seem to exsist on the latest version and if I create it manually it does not work.

# xorg.conf (X.Org X Window System server configuration file)
# This file was generated by dexconf, the Debian X Configuration tool, using values from the debconf database.
# Edit this file with caution, and see the xorg.conf manual page.
# (Type "man xorg.conf" at the shell prompt.)
# This file is automatically updated on xserver-xorg package upgrades *only* if it has not been modified since the last upgrade of the xserver-xorg package.
# Note that some configuration settings that could be done previously in this file, now are automatically configured by the server and settings. Here are ignored. If you have edited this file but would like it to be automatically updated again, run the following command:
# sudo dpkg-reconfigure -phigh xserver-xorg

Section "Device"
Identifier "Trident Microsystems Cyber 9540 (rev 52)"
Driver "trident"
BusID "PCI:1:0:0"

Section "Monitor"
Identifier "Integtrated LCD"
HorizSync 28-90
VertRefresh 43-85
#Modeline "1024x768_60.00" 63.50 1024 1072 1176 1328 768 771 775 798 -hsync +vsync
#Option "PreferredMode" "1024x768_60.00"

Section "Monitor"
Identifier "VGA-0"
Option "Ignore" "true"

Section "Screen"
Identifier "Screen 1"
Monitor "Integtrated LCD"
Device "Trident Microsystems Cyber 9540 (rev 52)"

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General :: How To Change Screen Resolution On Monitor

Nov 10, 2010

I need to know how to change resolution on the screen and monitor

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General :: Can't Change Screen Resolution In Ubuntu

Jan 17, 2011

I can't change scrren resolution in ubuntu linux.It's having only one size.which file i need to edit.

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General :: Screen Resolution 800 X 600 / Change That To 1024 X 768?

Aug 2, 2010

I just installed Simply Mepis 8.0.15 for a friend but the screen resolution is 800 x 600, how do I change that to 1024 x 768?

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SUSE / Novell :: Change The Welcome Screen Resolution?

Apr 17, 2010

I have just installed openSUSE 11.2 on one of my computers... the desktop resolution is correct, however the welcome screen resolution is not... How do i change the welcome screen resolution?

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Ubuntu :: Can't Change The Screen Resolution Down From 1680x1024?

Jan 4, 2011

I cannot change the screen resolution down from 1680x1024 (or whatever the default is). Sometimes the task bar disappers, or I get a 'split-screen' effect. I have low vision. I need the old 1024x768 resolution.

I have tried Ubuntu, and many of it's derivatives eg, Linux Mint, Ultimate Edition, and yesterday with Zorin, that seems to be getting good reviews at the moment, and they all have the same problem. Older versions of 'buntu did not have this problem, only 10.04 and 10.10.

I have a standard desk-top pc - Pentuim IV using the on-board Intel graphics, and a Dell monitor.

This is VERY frustrating. Ubuntu is very common and widely-used. The only solutions I can find on the 'net have to do with reconfiguring the X11/xorg file, except there isn't one anymore. This is ridiculous. It should just work. Suse Linux and PCLinuxOS work on my hardware. Why not Ubuntu? By the way, I am not a newbie. I have been using Linux for the last six years, experimenting with different distro's.

If someone could shed some light on this, I would be most grateful. I don't believe I'm the only person who has had this problem, but there is very little infornmation on it.

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Debian :: How To Change TTY Resolution Ctrl Alt F1 Black Screen

Nov 18, 2015

Now that I'm more lucid I can adjust the format a bit. If I try opening the TTY the screen goes completely black after visualizing few artifact on the bottom of the screen.

Pressing Ctrl+Alt+F7 brings me back safely to the GUI

So far I tried to modify the /etc/defaults/grub file to uncomment the grub resolution and the grub_terminal to no avail. Now at least it seams to waste some less time to load the grub (it took something like 15 sec before) but it lost the previous green/torquoise background and now it's white char on black background.

On a side note pressing C on the grub to reach the grub console gave me some answer I don't know how to deal with... I was trying to use vbeinfo but it didn't found the command and so I tried the insmod:

Photo(large) of the complete grub console session wrote:grub>
grub> videoinfo
List of supported video modes:
Legend: mask/position=red/green/blue/reserved
grub> videotest
error: no suitable video mode found.
grub> insmod vbe
error: file `/boot/grub/x86_64-efi/vbe.mod' not found

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OpenSUSE Hardware :: How To Change Screen Resolution Permanently In 11.3

Jul 21, 2010

I upgraded my opensuse from 11.2 to 11.3, but after it, I have several problem with it.

Firstly: My graphic card is intel hd4500 and motherboard chip's is intel G41. After upgrading, I understood suse 11.3 didn't have sax2. at a result. I have problem with graphic card driver and consequently can't change screen resolution, therefore after each restart, my resolution automatically fix to 1600x1200 but I would like to set it in 1280x1024? What can I do to change it permanently?

Secondly: I installed vmware workstation 6.5 and after it, I see a message that say vmware need to Kernel Header 2.6.34-12- desktop. I install kernel-syms, kernel-source, gcc and make but doesn't run yet. What happen for it?

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OpenSUSE Install :: Change The Screen Resolution In Run Level 3?

Nov 10, 2010

I am trying to change the default screen resolution in Run Level 3 to 640x480. I have tried changing the menu.1st file and the vga=0x301 mode sticks until the system begins to boot and then resets to a higher resolution. This system does not have X, or Sax2 so no go on those options. This is OpenSuse 11.3 x64.

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Ubuntu Multimedia :: 9.10 - Cannot Change Screen Resolution From 1440x900

Apr 29, 2010

After update from 8.10 to 9.10 I have screen resolution 1440x900, which is not supported by my monitor. Following changes had no effect on my screen resolution

$XAUTORITY=/home/zuker/.Xauthority DISPLAY=:0.0 xrandr --output default --mode 1024x768
XIO: fatal IO error 11 (Resource temporarily unavailable) on X server ":0.0"

Section "Screen" ...
Subsection "Display"
Depth 24
Modes "1024x768"
Virtual "1024 768"

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Ubuntu :: Change Screen Resolution At Command Line?

Jul 20, 2010

what is the command or man/info page that show how to change screen/monitor resolution while in the bash shell?

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