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    1399 x 768 resolution support for intel display driver


    I need to adjust my screen resolution to 1399x768, here are some details from my system:

    attached file some details from my system.
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    Use cvt to generate the required modes for you:
    cvt 1399x768
    Use this output with xrandr to generate the modelines and then add them to the xorg.conf settings.
    Running just xrandr (with no arguments) will give you the command syntax.
    If you get stuck, post again and I'll give you some links.

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    Quote Originally Posted by whych View Post
    Use cvt to generate the required modes for you:
    cvt 1399x768
    Use this output with xrandr to generate the modelines and then add them to the xorg.conf settings.
    Running just xrandr (with no arguments) will give you the command syntax.
    If you get stuck, post again and I'll give you some links.
    Really thanks for your tips and suggestion, I search with your hints and my problem got resolved with help of this site
    (as i am not allowed to post any url, so i attached that url in text file.)
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    Glad it helped.
    I used a reference in the Gentoo wiki/How-to that gives quite a good treatment of it, but seem to have lost the bookmark.
    If I find it, I will post it.

    By the way, welcome to the forum. If you are a linux newbie, you have learnt one of the first requirements of linux is self-help
    Hope you enjoy it.
    Many things are easier in Linux than Windows and after a while you will wonder how people can use windows.

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