xrandr not listing available resolutions correctly
i just installed Ubuntu, and then changed my resolution using xrandr, now when i reboot i get a black screen.
whenever i run xrandr -d :0.0 -q
it shows a slew of resolutions and refresh rates. the current selected resolution is 1400x1050 at a refresh rate of 85. the monitor will do 1400x1050, but only at 60Hz. when i run xrandr on a similar laptop, it shows a resolution of 1400x1050 at 60Hz. when i check xorg.conf, the horizsync and vertrefresh rates for the computers are both the same.
what does xrandr look to for available resolutions/refresh rates? it must look to something other than just xorg.conf because i have identical xorg.conf files and yet when i run xrandr -q on similar machines and look at available resolutions/refresh rates they are completely different. any ideas/suggestions?
Last edited by Mugatu; 06-28-2005 at 09:45 AM.