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This makes linux ignore the LVDS output altogether. That way it will not be used by all login managers, and won't appear in display configuration dialogs. Create a file /usr/share/X11/xorg.conf.d/50-disable-lvds.conf and write there: Section "Monitor" Identifier "lvds monitor" Option "ignore" "true" EndSection Section "Device" ...
After an unsuccessful login you could look into ~/.xsession-errors. It usually shows what went wrong. Looking into ~/.xsession-errors won't help though if your home directory is read-only, or full, or you ran into your quota. In this case you would get returned to the login screen quick, too, because X needs write access to your ~/.Xauthority file. Quota ...
First, install latest Intel driver. Add the following to /etc/rc.local: intel_panel_fitter -p A -x 1200 -y 670 and in the users .xprofile: xrandr --output HDMI1 --transform 1.0,0,+1,0,1.0,+2,0,0,1 Now the picture goes through DVI -> HDMIAdapter -> Samsung TV. Xrandrs transform option alone did not help.
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