[ "$1" != cres ] && resolution="--output `xrandr | grep -w connected | cut -d' ' -f1 | sed -n 1p` --mode $1"
[ "$2" != crate ] && rate="--rate $2"
xrandr $resolution $rate
francois wrote:I imagine that as usual brokenman's solution will work. If not report. There could be a solution with some xrandr instructions.
However, I will need the exact model of your display. The specs would be even better (the low resolution that you aim at). Are you able to plug your display on another computer and to issue in command line the xrandr command, and provide the output?
Which desktop environment do you use? (xfce?)
xrandr --output LVDS1 --mode 640x480
xrandr --output LVDS1 --mode 800x600
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