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Old 12-27-2012, 07:47 AM   #1
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Screen resolution on Backtrack 5 R3


I have a simple thread about screen resolution, but I cannot fix it. I'm using Backtrack Linux, and since it's based on Ubuntu, I decided to ask here...sorry if I'm wrong.

I just cannot find the right screen resolution for my laptop. I have a dual boot with LinxMint, which works just fine and has the right screen resolution, but when I go to Backtrack, thing get all stretched...

I have a Dell XPS 15 with Optimus technology, and arleady installed Bumblebee on both systems.

Can anyone help me with that??

Thanks a lot!


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