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This might be useful to some people, if you use a laptop with an external screen, this will allow you to have your laptop screen turned off by default and the external display set to the correct resolution at the login screen. This stops the screen readjusting itself after login. My post is here: http://www.keleko.com/2012/fix-wrong-re ... nt-ubuntu/
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Please don't cross-post, see the forum rules. I've deleted your other post.
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Hi, I tried using the script you suggest on your site, however it did not work.. do you have any ideas on how to possible trouble shoot it?
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