How to Set a Custom Resolution in Ubuntu Linux (fix missing resolutions)



How to change the resolution in Ubuntu Linux, and how to set a custom resolution if your monitor’s resolution isn’t supported by default.

Commands used:
xrandr
cvt [width] [height]
sudo xrandr –newmode [modeline from cvt output]
sudo xrandr –addmode [display name] [modeline name]

Timecodes:
00:00 – Introduction
00:26 – Setting a Pre-existing Resolution
01:06 – A Note on VirtualBox Fullscreen Mode
02:06 – Fix for Missing Resolutions

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