how to set screen resolution properly on my Kubuntu-laptop???
tripatos at gmail.com
Sun Aug 27 10:40:28 BST 2006
Nothing helped me till now :-( Unfortunately I don't know how to handle
/var/log/Xorg.0.log (although I found some warnings when searching for
them), this seems to be too complicated, so I wait until X will handle my
resolution out-of-the-box or something :-D The interesting thing is that as
I remember 1280x800 wasn't a problem in Ubuntu and just right after
installed it was 1280x800. Yesterday I reinstalled Kubuntu and it's showing
only 1024x768. Can anyone suggest a development team of KDE or Kubuntu where
I should address this phenomenon so that it could get future improvements?
2006/8/26, Abdullah Ramazanoglu <ar018 at yahoo.com>:
> Abdullah Ramazanoglu dedi ki:
> > Magyari, Balázs dedi ki:
> >> chipset) and configured it. I chose Mode 62 : 1280x800, 32 bits/pixel
> >> and set it by typing "sudo nano /etc/default/915resolution". The
> >> values are: MODE=62 XRESO=1280 YRESO=800 BIT=32. I saved the config
> BTW "man i810" indicates that "The driver supports depths 8, 15, 16 and
> but you've chosen 32-bit depth. Try 24-bit (or 16-bit to possibly double
> the graphics performance).
> Hope I haven't forgot to mention something else now... :)
> Abdullah Ramazanoglu
> aramazan ÄT myrealbox D0T cöm
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