Have a Dell Inspiron 1525 model pp29l core2 duo laptop, running 64 bit 12.04, that is connected to a 47" LG LED HDTV via HDMI cable. It generally runs great as a PC monitor. It is set up where the laptop monitor is off and only the HDTV is on, showing the 12.04 desktop.
I have Ubuntu hooked up to a 40" HDTV through a VGA to VGA connection. About half the screen is cut off on the HDTV however. Anyone know an easy fix? I want to Mirror the desktop to the HDTV and us it as my only monitor.
I have an Auria 27" that is running at 2560x1440 as my main monitor, and I was planning on adding a 1080P 39" HDTV to my room for a larger gaming display. Will it possible to mirror both without forcing the 27" into a lower res, assuming both won't be on at the same time?
I want to get a larger 1080p hdtv to use as a tv and monitor for everyday use which includes reading text of course, so it has to be sharp and clear, and for gaming on pc and console. What would be the best 1080p tv for this use around 30+ inches? I would prefer to keep the price as low as possible, but i am open to see all my options.
I calibrated my pc monitors with dispcal gui and a spyder4, I was wondering if I could calibrate a HDTV in the same way? I run a 50" HDTV off of my PC as a 3rd monitor, but i've read all over that your supposed to get special software and disks to calibrate a HDTV. Why can't I just do it like I did with my monitors?
I've got Fedora 18 and I have this annoyance with the monitor. I'm using an Envision Flat Screen HDTV for the monitor and every time I restart I have to turn the monitor off and on twice to get the "task bar" on the top to show. It has been going on forever. If there is anything to do to fix it I would like to know.