[xubuntu-users] xubuntu 14.04 can not rotate 90 degree with Intel GMA3600
rodrigo5244 at gmail.com
Sat Apr 11 20:57:00 UTC 2015
Excuse my question, but if there is not enough memory available shouldn't
you get an error message saying so?
Also this could be tested by trying a different OS to rotate the screen
instead of buying a new video card.
On Sat, Apr 11, 2015 at 5:20 PM, JMZ <florentior at gmail.com> wrote:
> If you're going to do one landscape and one portrait monitor, you might
> need at least 1gb video ram depending on the size of the monitors. This is
> especially true if you want good detail on the portrait screen. My
> landscape monitor is 21", 1920x1080. My portrait monitor is 24", 1200x1920.
> Video cards are really cheap. You could probably get at nvidia compatible
> card with at least 1gb for $30 USD, if that. I'm using a cheap chipset
> (nvidia geforce 210), and it does the job well.
> On 04/11/2015 03:10 PM, Peter Flynn wrote:
>> On 04/10/2015 11:43 PM, Steve wrote:
>>> Are you using the open source or the proprietary drivers? Look under
>>> "additional drivers" in the settings manager. You could try using the
>>> opposite of what you are currently using(or a different proprietary if
>>> you have a list) and see what you get.
>> Note that xrandr left works perfectly in e17, so perhaps look in a copy
>> of that for whatever drivers are used.
>> On 10 Apr 2015 17:15, "Hartmut Haase" <hha4491 at web.de
>>>> <mailto:hha4491 at web.de>> wrote:
>>>> Hi 雍兴辉,
>>>> My video card is Intel integrated GMA3600, when I choose
>>>> to rotate
>>>> 90 degrees in "Display Setting", the display show the message
>>>> Signal is Lost". what can I do to support it?
>>>> do I get you right? You have a video that you want to rotate 90°?
>>>> If yes, e. g. vlc can do it. If no I don't understand at all what
>>>> you want.
>>> I do this (rotation) sometimes with a wide-screen display so that I can
>> get a larger preview of an A4 document I am typesetting *and* still have
>> space for my edit window below it. My display isn't one of those
>> rotateable ones, but it unhooks from its stand very easily and can be
>> propped up against it without slipping.
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