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Originally Posted by william20111 This was bugging me as well thanks for the answer above. Although how can i save this so it will be there after boot time. Once ...
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    Quote Originally Posted by william20111 View Post
    This was bugging me as well thanks for the answer above.

    Although how can i save this so it will be there after boot time. Once i restart the machine its gone. I would like to keep this saved.

    Thanks
    well i have to figure that out. what i have done is i have made a file with a compact name like "res" and pasted following code in this file
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    xrandr --newmode "1368x768_60.00" 85.86 1368 1440 1584 1800 768 769 772 795 -HSync +Vsync

    xrandr --addmode VGA1 1368x768_60.00

    xrandr --output VGA1 --mode 1368x768_60.00
    ------------------------------------------

    saved this file in /home/myname

    now everytime i start my computer i open terminal --> type ./res

    and theres my required resolution.

    i am not making and editing xorg.conf file because i did it once and my computer was stuck on boot up.
    so am happy with this procedure

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    Script

    Thanks for reply. Yes i have done the same and just created a script and i just execute it when i log in. Has anybody else had this problem? and got a more elegant solution?

    Thanks

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