vexation

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  1. Fine that you have searched. Sometimes the problem is to use the right searching terms. I have always looked for displayproblems | resolution | xfce and so on ;O) I have never looked for Motorola Lapdock. It would be nice, if you could add it to the documentation. But how I have written: With Armbian 4.2.3 Jessie everything works out of the box. BTW: Quitt this topic with "solved"? How can I do this
  2. Supplement: Installed armbian 4.2.3 jessie on another Micro SD Card. There were no problems with Display resolution. Funny, now I have two working boot systems;O)
  3. solved!!! After my last post I have thought a little bit of it ;O) /etc/rc.local is a file and not a directory, how I have written. nano /etc/rc.local fbset -xres 1366 -yres 768 exit 0 A reboot and it works!!! Many thanks for your kind support. Without "fbset" I would not get it ;O) One last question: How can I changed this post to "solved"?
  4. Sorry - I have just seen you have written to change resolution with fbset in /etc/rc.local. Do you mean I should create a fb.modes file in /etc/rc.local? Would this commands be the right one? Should I only set the one desired mode (1366*768) into the file? cp /etc/fb.modes /etc/rc.local/ mv /etc/fb.modes /etc/bak_fb.modes fbset -db /etc/rc.local/fb.modes regards
  5. Okay, fbset -i output: mode "1920x1080-60" I have checked the modes in /etc/fb.modes - there are several "modes". When I try: fbset 1152x864-60 output: ioctl FBIOPUT_VSCREENINFO: invalid argument fbset -fb /dev/fd0 1152x864-60 output: ioctl FBIOPUT_VSCREENINFO: invalid argument (also with dev/fd1 ;O) fbset --test 1152x864-60 output: ioctl FBIOPUT_VSCREENINFO: invalid argument ##################### What worked: fbset -xres 1152 -yres 864 ##################### But after that, my "Desktop" was not in the whole visible ;O) After that I used fbset -xres 1366
  6. Hallo, I have armbian 3.4.109 (Jessie) on a cubietruck. It is connected to a Motorola Lapdock. I have the problem, I could not change the resolution (xfce 4) from 1920x1080. Tried following steps: xrandr output: Screen 0: minimum 1920 x 1080, current 1920 x 1080, maximum 1920 x 1080 default connected 1920x1080+0+0 0mm x 0mm 1920x1080 60.00* error Message: Failed to get size of gamma for output default cvt 1280 800 output: # 1280x800 59.81 Hz (CVT 1.02MA) hsync: 49.70 kHz; pclk: 83.50 MHz Modeline "1280x800_60.00" 83.50 1280 1352 1480 1680 800 803 809 831 -hsync +vsync
  7. Hallo, found your post yesterday. I had a similar problem with my Micro SD-Card. 1. Downloaded Armbian 3.xx 2. Used dd command, which works fine 3. Tryed to boot up my Cubietruck, but it could not finish to boot (can't remember the exact message). Then I tryed several times to make a bootable Micro SD Card (I have tested additional on the same card a Raspbian for my Banana Pi, which works!). Again: Tryed it with armbian (3.xx and 4.xx); tested the card (f3), but with each try it get worst. At last the card was not recognized by Debian system. After all I have pushed it into my Windows PC