Ok, I created a script in /etc/X11/xinit/xinitrc.d/ now with the following
xrandr --dpi 108 --output VGA-0 --mode 1024x768
I tried logging into Plasma5, KDE4, KDE3, and even IceWM, the resolution is
changed as expected.
(I have to disable KScreen in Plasma5 and KDE4 though of course, otherwise it
changes back the resolution according to its settings, Display and Monitor,
I even tried different displaymanagers, in addition to KDM4, I also tried xdm
and sddm (not that I think it matters).
And I got the same results with all of them.
I also tried in a Tumbleweed VM (KDM4, KDE4), and the xinitrc.d scripts are
called there too.
So IMHO you must be doing something wrong.
I don't see a bug regarding this, everything is working as expected here.
I have a suspicion though:
the scripts in /etc/X11/xinit/xinitrc.d/ are called by
/etc/X11/xinit/xinitrc.common, which in turn is called by
Do you have those files, in unmodified form?
They are part of the package xinit, is this installed?
IIANM, you tend to do minimal installs with disabling the automatic
installation of recommended packages...
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