Screen Resolutiion

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igorzwx

Re: Screen Resolutiion

Post by igorzwx »

We discussed something similar here:
http://forums.linuxmint.com/viewtopic.php?f=18&t=32673
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Re: Screen Resolutiion

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Hi,
Firstly, please ignore the previous poster, as he thinks PulseAudio is taking over the world . .and is hell bent on converting the heathen to OSS4. :shock:

Something to try . .
Open a terminal, type gksudo nvidia-settings, enter your password, and make your changes as the superuser, save the settings, and reboot.

Note: I'm assuming you are running Mint 7 Gnome, if KDE, use kdesudo instead of gksudo .

let us know if this helps, regards, Richy
igorzwx

Re: Screen Resolutiion

Post by igorzwx »

QUOTE: "Firstly, please ignore the previous poster, as he thinks PulseAudio is taking over the world . .and is hell bent on converting the heathen to OSS4. :shock:"

This problem (screen resolution) has nothing to do with PulseAudio, ALSA, or OSS4 (and any other sound systems),
I believe.
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