Default screen resolution not sticking
Not quite sure if this should go under Debian specifically, but here goes:
I want my desktop to only ever boot up at 800x600, period. (MythTV box, no CRt monitor -- I like to browse the web and do other stuff too, so 640x480 just doesn't cut it.)
I've set up my /etc/X11/XF86Config-4 file to have "800x600" as the first mode listed on any and all lines. For some reason, whenever I log in, it will change from 800x600 to 640x480 anyway. So, I removed all modes but "800x600" and it still kicks me to 640x480.
Some other file? Something else I gotta configure? It's getting to be a pain in the butt to manually switch to 800x600 every time I login or reboot or what have you.
Any help here, thanks... let me know if you need my XF86Config-4 or whatever. =)