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Re: [kde] How do I use kscreen?




On 05/11/14 09:51, Duncan wrote:
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.

Everything seems fine. The NVidia driver supports xrandr 1.4 and I had zero problems configuring everything with krandr. It really seems the GUI is just not implemented correctly.

This is the output: http://pastebin.com/raw.php?i=s7b9kvGv

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