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In modern Linux distributions, including CentOS, the xrandr library is responsible for things such as screen resolution, rotation and so on. Changing the screen size at run time comes up often over VNC connections, and with Virtual Machines. A working Xrandr configuration is needed for this. The problem is that Centos still does not recognize that my monitor can display Reading about this it appears that I can use xrandr to add the.
xrandr(1) man page in the manual for centos - CentOS You could try creating a new resolution mode with xrandr and setting the display output to the new mode. The following example assumes that. For my CentOS I wanted to have x resolution to fit my iMac sudo xrandr Screen 0: minimum 32 x 32, current x
xrandr -q Screen 0: minimum x , current x , maximum x DVI-I-1 connected x++0 (normal left. I am running a fresh version of CentOS Linux release on an HP When I run xrandr to try and change the modes available, i receive. Let's hook it up to my CentOS 7 box that I use for Ardour 3. +vsync xrandr -- addmode VGA-0 "x_" xrandr --output VGA-0 --mode. ARandR is designed to provide a simple visual front end for XRandR. Relative monitor positions are shown graphically and can be changed in a drag-and-drop .