On 30/06/16 01:08, Felix Miata wrote:
Ubay Dorta Guerra composed on 2016-06-29 12:05 (UTC):
> I am using Fedora 24 with kscreen 5.6.5 and i want to set a predefined
> resolution when users login for the first time. I tried to copy a file
> generated by kscreen to the following path without success:
What is its content?
> Is there any way to get this?
Disabling kscreen from starting session start gets KDE to obey the
resolution set either in a global X startup script containing xrandr
to set a mode, or via PreferredMode in /etc/X11/xorg.conf*.
To disable kscreen on an individual user basis has worked for me by
in ~/.config/kdedrc or ~/.config/kded5rc. You might try that same
content in /etc/kde/share/config/kdedrc (or kded5rc?), or in
Possibly the X config wouldn't be necessary if the display's native
mode is the mode you desire as default for new users.
If none of this works for you, you might ask in the kde-linux(a)kde.org
mailing list and get a definitive answer.
Note that kscreen currently has some issues with users configuration. On
reboot it often resets any configuration set by the user. See:
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