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Howdy: I'm running Debian Wheezy with KDE desktop. I can set the screen resolution to what I want and everything is ok. However when I reboot, the screen resolution reverts ...
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    kde doesn't retain screen resolution across boots.


    Howdy:

    I'm running Debian Wheezy with KDE desktop. I can set the screen resolution to what I want and everything is ok. However when I reboot, the screen resolution reverts to what I don't want.

    How can I make my screen resolution settings permanent across boots?

    Thanks

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    Oops, my bad. There is a button in the dialog that allows the new settings to be saved as system default. Once that is done then the settings are preserved across boots.

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    Exactly. Things like that keep yer brain on it's toes. Good on you.

    There's a little clicky box thing called "thread tools" somewhere near the top of the page, and you can click "mark as Solved". It's good for the forum.

    Peace and Cheer.

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