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Control Over-Scanning in opensuse Linux

Iv been trying to find a way to adjust over scanning in Linux. I have my Laptop running opensuse linux, and I am connecting it to a SONY HDTV @ 1080P via HDMI. However i cant find a way to turn off ...
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Intel HD4000 with 4k HDMI output @ Linux

I wonder if I can output 4k resolution (3840 × 2160) @ 30Hz with a Intel HD4000 graphics using Linux and a single HDMI output. I have a Thinkpad Edge E330 with HDMI 1.4. The CPU is an i5-3210M. I ...
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Xorg unable to find screen configuration in minimal EL6 install with Intel HD 4400 graphics

I have installed a minimal EL6 (based on Scientific Linux 6.4) distro on a computer which has the following on-board graphics: lspci | grep VGA 00:02.0 VGA compatible controller: Intel Corporation ...
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integrated intel graphics 3D acceleration probem with Linux on ThinkPad S531

I have a Lenovo ThinkPad S531 running OpenSuse 12.3 64bit. This notebook has the following graphics cards: - integrated Intel HD 4000 - discrete (muxless) AMD Radeon HD 8670M After the standard ...
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In Linux, how do I correctly configure display geometry with multiple monitors on multiple GPUs (Intel and nVidia)?

My setup is as follows: Linux Mint 14 x64 Intel Core i5-2500k GeForce GTX 560 Ti Cu II A monitor on the far left connected to the motherboard (integrated graphics on the i5) A central monitor ...
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can't get hardware accelerated graphics with linux mint 13

When I do a search for additional drivers I get no result. But I know that such driver exists because I had accelerated graphics on this computer before when i run ubuntu 10-04 on it. I have no clue ...
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Fix overscan in Linux with Intel graphics Vizio HDTV

I am connecting my server to my HDTV so that I can conveniently display it there. My VIZIO HDTV cuts off all 4 edges. I already realize it is not optimal to be running a GUI on a server; this server ...
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Increasing Screen Resolution to more than limit and scaling to origional

I have a laptop, with Screen Resolution - 1366x768 (most common) - I want to increase it further to 1600x900 (or higher), in the same ratio. I want to scale the higher resolution on my current screen ...