How do I change the desktop resolution in Gnome after the initial
When you want to change the Resolution, you have to change the settings
of your X-Server.
You can do that by typing:
If you like it the classical way, type:
> > How do I change the desktop resolution in Gnome after the initial
> > configuration?
> > Thanks,
> > Larry
> Yo can't change the desktop resolution in Gnome or KDE.
> Gnome is only a environment, which means it provides a panel, al lot
> useful programs etc..
> When you want to change the Resolution, you have to change the
> of your X-Server.
> You can do that by typing:
> If you like it the classical way, type:
This is an XFree86 "thing".
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Before you buy.
>Also, depending on which resolutions are currently configured, you can
>use the "Ctrl-Shift-KeyPadPlus" or "Ctrl-Shift-KeyPadMinus" keys to
>toggle through screen resolutions until you find the one you want. You
>will have to guess as to which resolution you are looking at because
>there will be no indication of which resolution is being displayed.
>This is an XFree86 "thing".
That'll take the guesswork out.
Dave Brown Austin, TX
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