We are on a good way to fix that annoying problem I am using following command: JacobVlijm Thanks, I will once I get to testing it. This drove me around the twist for a while and which prompted this post and the cure was to restart my Linux X11 window manager I’m running fvwm , without exiting the X11 session. Possibly with kde, gnome or xfce window managers it might not occur, but in case someone else googles their way here, restarting the window manager so that it reacquires the underlying X11 display and screen settings is the missing part of the recipe. VirtualBox had some issues initially with the screen offsets, it was showing the far right vertical screen with the Windows desktop starting halfway across the physical screen and lost off the edge of the monitor. The sleep 15 is to make sure the desktop is fully loaded, else the setup will likely break or be overruled by local procedures. How to persist display settings?
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|iPhone 5, 5S resolutions||640×1136|
|iPhone 6, 6S resolutions||750×1334|
|iPhone 7, 7 Plus, 8, 8 Plus resolutions||1080×1920|
|Android Mobiles HD resolutions||360×640, 540×960, 720×1280|
|Android Mobiles Full HD resolutions||1080×1920|
|Mobiles HD resolutions||480×800, 768×1280|
|Mobiles QHD, iPhone X resolutions||1440×2560|
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The sleep 15 is to make sure the desktop is fully loaded, else the setup will likely break or be overruled by local procedures.
Post as a guest Name. Subsequently, we can set the position of a screen, using the command: Reboot the hypervisor or restart your X11 session and make sure it comes up the same. I my display configuration to remain like this: To set up the monitors for Windows 7, when the VM is running, right click on the Windows desktop and select Screen Resolution. This drove me around the twist for a while and which prompted this post and the cure was to restart my Linux X11 window manager I’m running fvwmwithout exiting the X11 session.
Explanation Using xrandryou can get information on the current screen setup. Announcing the arrival of Valued Associate Sign up using Email and Password.
Home Questions Tags Users Unanswered. Sign up or log in Sign up using Google. To make it stick on next login, add to startup applications: Yet after each reboot, it resets to: Right Ctrl-F is the toggle into and out of full-screen. 9420×1920 make it stick on next login, add to startup applications:.
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I have mine set up to be Full Screen so that it consumes the whole middle monitor and has the right resolution without any scaling. Users browsing this forum: Return to VirtualBox on Linux Hosts.
If I made no typo, the command: Start up the 4920×920 guest. When I power off one screen nothing happens and power it on again X11 re-detects monitor the effect is that all VM windows are still on the first workspace – minimized. I could make it work after login.
Jacob Vlijm Jacob Vlijm Inside those menu items you assign which Host Screen each Virtual Screen will use. Please let me know if you manage.
How to have it persistent? That had fvwm grokking the monitor layouts and VirtualBox finally picked up the correct resolutions and orientations and everything is working as expected now. VirtualBox was doing the right thing, but the underlying X11 window manager wasn’t refreshed to understand the X11 display settings. JacobVlijm Thanks, I will once I get to testing it.