[mythtv-users] Forcing Mythtv to remember my monitor?

D daspiras at gmail.com
Mon Mar 5 04:48:47 UTC 2007

Sounds like an X issue. I'd check your x logs, see what mode is being
used when the tv is plugged in vs when it is not.  Then I'd set X to
only use the mode that it does when the TV is on.

On 3/4/07, Rich West <Rich.West at wesmo.com> wrote:
> Not sure if this is a Myth or a Fedora question...
> I have a 32" LCD TV plugged in (via VGA on my nvidia6200) to one of my
> MythTV frontends.  Everything is working beautifully.  However, if the
> machine is started and X is up prior to the TV being turned on, the
> display of the MythTV menus is all wacked. out.  I mean, everything is
> shifted slightly and it just looks bad.. the best I can equate it to is
> that it looks like it took the 16:9 theme and scrunched it to 4:3 then
> tried to stretch it.
> Is this just me or is there something I can set in Myth (or X?) to
> essentially tell it to stick to this particular monitor setting and
> remember it until I tell it otherwise?
> -Rich
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