how to change resolution in terminal?(suse)
is it different in another distro ?
Depending on the size and/or resolution of your screen you can add a vga=XXX cheat code to your kernel line during boot. If you want to make it permanent, add it to the kernel line in you grub conf. This link explains a bit:
BTW - vga=791 or 792 has worked on normal size monitors for me. See different resolutions in the link.
i dont have root password.in my user i change display of 1024*768 to 800*600 and hurt desktop view . when log in my user nothing is visible .i cant see pointer or windows but they work.i want to comeback resolution 1024*768 with terminal.open terminal with shortcut such as alt+ctrl+t restore resolution with command.i hear about xrandr but i dont know does it work or work in suse enterprise .
When i use command get this error in ubuntu.
hoseini@hoseini-HP:~$ xrandr --output VGA1 --size 1024x768
xrandr: Failed to get size of gamma for output default
warning: output VGA1 not found; ignoring