Wolfgang Bauer composed on 2015-04-29 22:03 (UTC+0200):
As you put your xrandr command(s) into
anyway, you could just call that script of course.
Add the following line to /etc/X11/xdm/Xsetup, right at the top after the
shebang line (and maybe the initial comments):
(notice the '. ' at the beginning)
That way you only have to modify one file if you want
to change the resolution
and have the same resolution on the login screen and in the X session.
Done that way would cause setup to be run twice, correct? Is there any reason
once shouldn't be sufficient? IOW, if called by Xsetup, it shouldn't be
necessary again, while if no DM is running, it would be a required precursor
e.g. to startx. My setup is simple now, only at most one line is ever
supposed to get executed. To prevent it running after Xsetup used it would
require something complicating it, right?
All this because upstream doesn't fix its panning and scale bugs (links in
OP), enabling those who wish to use xorg.conf* to do the whole config job on
every installation as was possible 4 years ago and before. :~(
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