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Revision as of 12:52, 25 March 2009


Introduction

Most of the video setup involves the X server. Video setup in Ubuntu is very tricky because there is no graphical video card setup utility for Ubuntu yet. In addition the major video card manufacturers only release closed source drivers.

KDE/Kubuntu Setup

Click on K => System Settings => Display

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Gnome/Ubuntu Setup

Click on System => Preferences => Screen Resolution

150px

Multi Monitor Setup

Click on the heading above.

Configure the Xserver

Click on the heading above.

3D Desktop Effects

Click on the heading above.