You were right, it IS [CTRL]-[+]. _However_ this requires that you
have multiple modes set up in your /etc/XF86Config. When you do a
[CTRL]-[+] X looks at this file for the next valid mode settings, and IF
it finds something will attempt to switch to it.
Theres a lot of good info on http://www.xfree86.org/ about setting up
your XF86Config, check it out.
Joe W Fay wrote:
>> I know I've done this in the past, but can't remember...
>> How, in X Windows (KDE) do you change the %&$&^% screen resolution, say
> from 640X480 to 800X600? I thought it was [CTRL and +], but it's not
> working for me. What am I doing wrong???
>> Joe Fay
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