Re: Sessions – what am I missing?
gurus.knugum at gmail.com
Fri Dec 27 22:03:37 UTC 2013
2013/12/27 Colin Law <clanlaw at gmail.com>
> On 27 December 2013 20:51, Johnny Rosenberg <gurus.knugum at gmail.com>
> > I can't figure out how to create my own sessions. How hard can it be? Not
> > very hard, I hope…
> > I have this laptop, and when I'm at home, I use my external screen and
> > internal one is turned off (when both are turned on, the graphics card
> > too hot and the fans are at maximum speed all the time).
> > When I bring my laptop somewhere, I don't bring that external screen, so
> > need to use the internal one.
> > If I forget to switch my window settings before leaving, I can't see
> > anything as soon as I log in, so I can't change it back (I probably
> could in
> > text mode, but I don't know how anyway).
> > So I want to save a ”use internal screen only-session” so that I can
> > it from the login screen (which always use the internal screen), which
> > pretty sure was possible in older versions of Ubuntu. I have 12.04 now,
> > I can't really find a way to do this!
> Is there not a hot key on the laptop to cycle through the options,
> Internal, External, Mirrored and Extended? On mine it is Fn+F7
Oh… yes, seems to be Fn+F11 on mine. Thanks!
Still, I'd like to know about sessions. Could be useful anyway, in other
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