Re: [MOSTLY SOLVED] Re: Using xandr -- Re: problems with system-config-display and crtl-alt-backspace

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Rick Stevens wrote:
> On 01/19/2010 04:31 AM, Marko Vojinovic wrote:
>> On Tuesday 19 January 2010 05:06:45 Paul Allen Newell wrote:
>>> I've already created the bash script that is in Desktop so I can just
>>> click it. If anyone has a Gnome suggestion for your KDE solution, I'd
>>> gladly try it.
>> I am certain that Gnome has autostart functionality, I just don't know exactly
>> how to configure it, because I've never used it in Gnome. Just google "Gnome
>> autostart". :-) For example,
> It's fairly simple.  In gnome:
> 	System->Preferences->Startup Applications
> Click on the "Add" button, fill in the form and click "Add".  Then in
> the previous screen (which pops back up), make sure the box associated
> with your application is checked.
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Rick and Marco:

I spotted a different reference to settings once a user has logged in. 
Maybe I am asking too much, but I'd like to try to find a way to slip 
the xrandr command in after X has started and before the GUI login 
splash screen happens so that, hopefully, things will be 1680x1050 at 
that point and I won't have do it on a per user basis (quick reading of 
Marko's post made it appear that way, I'd be happy to be corrected).

Thanks for advice, I will certainly give it a go this weekend as it 
sounds better than shell scripts to execute on the desktop.

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