Hi to all,
how can I change the resolution of the log in screen?
I did it for all the users, but it did no change for the log in screen.
I internet i found this command to run
sudo cp -i .config/monitors.xml /var/lib/gdm/.config/
but it gave me this error:
cp: cannot create regular file '/var/lib/gdm/.config/': No such file or directory
Thanks for the support,
That should be
sudo cp -i .config/monitors.xml /var/lib/gdm
However, it will only work if you have an existing gdm directory located in /var/lib
Would updating the grub resolution transfer to the login screen during boot or would transferring the screen xml to root directory be the only way?
@OcirneMat you never specified your version of Zorin. If your in lite, you should change gdm to lightdm... if you have kde installed its ssdm for your copy command.
@337harvey thanks for the input. I have Zorin OS 16.1
I managed to do it by running what @Aravisian .. thanks
As a newbie in Linux and watching Zoring was really Windows-like, I really though there would be an option to make this set up under Settings ... maybe that is something to add? maybe in Gnome?
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