get full HD resolution
mrmazda at earthlink.net
Tue Nov 21 02:00:06 UTC 2017
jdd at dodin.org composed on 2017-11-20 19:18 (UTC+0100):
> More close examination of my logs and googling let me think the XW in
> the B156XW004.7 screen name is for XWGA, so 1366x768.
WXGA is 1280x800: http://whatis.techtarget.com/definition/WXGA
> too bad
> I just discovered the --scale-from 1920x1080 that seems to very well fit
> my needs, with --panning 1920x1080
> but to makes it permanent, how can I? I tried --transform but couldn't
> find the good parameters
In Leap I put my xrandr script in
Note that I have no Optimus, Bumblebee or laptop, so YMMV. Also my only
"1366x768" native display is actually a 1360x768 Samsung TV, which worked
with Xorg @1360x768 automatically the few times I tried it, and used 1920x1080
when I put that mode in an xrandr startup script. Most of the displays I use are
natively 1680x1050 or higher.
Something else you might try is an xorg.conf file that includes HorizSync,
VertRefresh and PreferredMode, from which Xorg should *automatically* generate
usable modelines. If you can't find the Horiz and Vert specs online or in a
manual, try the commands I used for the data collection below. The following
started X up @1920x1080 (though ugly) on mine:
Option "DefaultModes" "on"
Option "PreferredMode" "1920x1080"
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