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By khan_7_mohsen ·
hi friends
please give me a answer for my question.
i want to change resolution monitor to 1024*768 or 800*600
(my monitor is 15 inch) ,i do this action and the my operating system thet is linux redhat 9.0 prompt me to logout but then i logout it does not accept my resolution .
sincerely yours

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by nantallen In reply to linux-display

I had the same issue with RH9.
Are you doing the change logged in as root, or as a normal user?
To get around this, I had to edit the XF86Config(-4) file. This is the file that configures your xserver. You will need to either be root or sudo to edit this file. It is usually in /etc/X11 directory. Go to the section for your screen and make sure the first resolution listed is the one you want. If you want this for the root account, you may have an XF86Config in the root's home folder. This will need to be edited as well. Once this is saved, just CTRL-ALT-BACKSPACE to restart the Xserver and login. Your new settings should stick.

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