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Could you please suggest where to force system-wide screen resolution?

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Could you please suggest where to force system-wide screen resolution?
« Reply #1 on: December 02, 2022, 02:01:24 AM »
 

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Hi!

Where i should set screen resolution for whole system, including startup screens(after video driver loaded), login screen and all the user sessions?

The thing is my monitor is not recognized properly, so the resolution OS uses is 1024x768. When i push proper video mode(1366x768) into xorg.conf and select it in display settings within a user account, it affects only that account. Login screen and another users still enjoy 1024x768.
When i enforce proper resolution in lightdm.conf with 'display-setup-script=xrandr -s 1366x768', i see it "changes" screen resolution (from 1366x768 to 1366x768, haha) on every entering login screen(logout, change user...), independently it is already properly set or not.

There obviously must be a place where system-wide screen resolution is set. Resolution changes are mostly hardware-driven(connect/disconnect display) but not user login/logout-driven: users pass by while hardware remains. "display-setup-script" of lightdm.conf, of course, helps, but it breaks the concept...  :o
« Last Edit: December 02, 2022, 02:04:50 AM by kdv »
 

 

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