Re: [kde] How do I use kscreen?
- Date: Wed, 5 Nov 2014 07:51:20 +0000 (UTC)
- From: Duncan <1i5t5.duncan@xxxxxxx>
- Subject: Re: [kde] How do I use kscreen?
Kevin Krammer posted on Wed, 05 Nov 2014 06:38:03 +0100 as excerpted:
> On Monday, 2014-11-03, 19:47:01, Nikos Chantziaras wrote:
>> On 03/11/14 15:08, Kevin Krammer wrote:
>> > Does
>> > kcmshell4 display
>> > work for you?
>> It brings up an empty dialog:
> It looks like this for me (currently only one display):
> Any further screen would have the same, named, control, allowing me to
> position them via drag&drop. Quite convenient.
> Your setup seems to be missing something.
The only thing I have in kcmshell4 display here is a kgamma tab, since I
have it installed. The krandr thing would be there if I had the option
to turn it on (USE=-kscreen) set for the kde-base/systemsettings ebuild,
but I don't, so it's not.
This is on current (as of a few days ago) live-kde4, claiming 4.14.2
platform, 4.11.13 kde-workspace, with live-kde4 kscreen as well, from the
What's missing is probably a *.desktop file integrating kscreen into the
display kcm. But what to install to get it I've not a clue.
BTW, @ Nikos, I just discovered the "kscreen-console" command, runnable
from a konsole window. As usual --help gets you a list of the CL format,
and that says --commands gives you a list of commands to use with it. It
seems that the "monitor" command is the default, as just running "kscreen-
console" without anything else will spit out a bunch of info (probably
the same as the "outputs" command), then sit there until a ctrl-C. You
should be able to use kscreen-console outputs to get a list of what /it/
thinks the supported modes are, along with refresh-rate.
If you like you can also compare that to the xrandr output (assuming you
either have xrandr installed or find it worth installing, it's a pretty
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