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Re: Adjust screen resolution from command line?



cscreen

http://www.pyehouse.com/lynn/cscreen.php

a small (80k or so DMG) command line utility that allows you to set the screen resolution and refresh rate. It is useful (and in use) as a tool to be executed on start up or in any environment where a GUI is unavailable, but the screen resolution must be set.

:)

Mat X

Desktop Technician, IS & Telephony

http://www.vfs.com <http://www.vfs.com/>

VFS. Creative. Disciplined. Focused.


On Sep 25, 2004, at 9:02 AM, Dan Stranathan wrote:

Is there a UNIX or Apple CLI command to adjust a Mac's screen resolution from Terminal or a SSH session?

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