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Phoenixink 02-20-2007 08:56 PM

Where are thin client user video resolution settings stored on server?
 
I have an Edgy 6.10 Edubuntu thin client network running and have found a problem I could use some help on. I logged into a client as user "j" and changed the video resolution. I then tried to log into a different client that does not support the particular video resolution of the 1st. I cannot see the screen because the video resolution and frequency are not supported on this client.
Therefore, I assume the user settings are stored on the server somewhere.

How do I change the user settings on the server so I can correct for things like this?

Any assistance is appreciated.
Thanks
Jim

//not a networking question. moved to Linux - Server.

acid_kewpie 02-22-2007 06:25 AM

well conventionally desired resolutions would live in /etx/X11/xorg.conf and unless you've configured that to be somethign different, it'll still be there. no reason it would implictly by client specific. i assume you'd need to implement some sort of framework script to detect different types of client and provide different config files that way.


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