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blog:gnome_3_surface_studio_display_issues [2019/06/13 21:50]
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blog:gnome_3_surface_studio_display_issues [2019/06/13 22:36] (current)
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-It is apparently part of ''​RandR''​ 1.5, and is precisely for this.  The binary drivers appear to support this just fine, but ''​gnome-settings-daemon''​ impresses its own configuration on the X server at launch. ​    ​I'​ve tried running the command from a term, as an autostart script, and right out of ''​xinit''​ without ''​gdm'',​ and the results are the same.+It is apparently part of ''​RandR''​ 1.5, and is precisely for this.  The binary drivers appear to support this just fine, but ''​gnome-settings-daemon''​ impresses its own configuration on the X server at launch. ​    ​I'​ve tried running the command from a term, as an autostart script, and right out of ''​xinit''​ without ''​gdm'',​ and the results are the same.  I've also tried adding the lines to ''​gnome-session-properties'',​ and that didn't change anything.
  
 It does work with XFCE, though. ​  I can work with that, but I've become kind of attached to GNOME for my workflow. It does work with XFCE, though. ​  I can work with that, but I've become kind of attached to GNOME for my workflow.
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 If I can get ''​gsd''​ to not care about monitors, or change the schema to support the ''​--setmonitor''​ command, or set something in my ''​xorg.conf'',​ I'd be good to go.   ​That'​s as far as I've got. If I can get ''​gsd''​ to not care about monitors, or change the schema to support the ''​--setmonitor''​ command, or set something in my ''​xorg.conf'',​ I'd be good to go.   ​That'​s as far as I've got.
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 +I see the same thing, but here I don't have xrandr on my side to help.   ​Wayland is not stable on NVIDIA binary, so I quickly turned this back off.
  
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