hoary forgets screen resolution settings?

Derek Slovin derek at slovin.us
Thu Jun 2 19:59:28 UTC 2005

You can also edit your xorg config file by hand (in the /etc/X11) to set
the default resolution as your default resolution. While this is more
difficult, this would be the easiest way to ensure that the defaults
would be set to what you want.
-derek slovin
On Thu, 2005-06-02 at 17:38 +0100, James Wilkinson wrote:
> Horst Schlonz wrote:
> > i do change settings -> resolution from 1024x768/75hz to 1152x866/85hz
> > and it works fine. but these setting do not survive a reboot. this is
> > normal?
> I asked:
> > Does the program gnome-session-save (I can't see it in a menu: you
> > probably have to run it from Applications -> Run Application or a
> > terminal) save that setting?
> Horst replied:
> > this works. not very nice, though. thanks anyway.
> I recommended:
> > If so, you probably want to look at Settings -> Preferences -> Sessions
> > -> Session Options.
> Horst asked:
> > why should i want to do this? the problem is already solved.
> The first one, the gnome-session-save, was the diagnostic step. This is
> where you go so that your "session" settings do survive reboots.
> Hope this helps,
> James.

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