XRANDR(1) UNIX Programmer's Manual XRANDR(1)
xrandr - primitive command line interface to RandR extension
xrandr [-help] [-display display] [-o orientation] [-q] [- v] [-s size] [-x] [-y] [--screen snum] [--verbose]
Xrandr is used to set the screen size, orientation and/or reflection. The -s option is a small integer index used to specify which size the screen should be set to. To find out what sizes are available, use the -q option, which reports the sizes available, the current rotation, and the possible rotations and reflections. The default size is the first size specified in the list. The -o option is used to specify the orientation of the screen, and can be one of "normal inverted left right 0 1 2 3". The -x option instructs the server to reflect the screen on the X axis. The -y option instructs the server to reflect the screen on the Y axis. Reflection is applied after rota- tion. The -help option prints out a usage summary. The --verbose option tells you what xrandr is doing, selects for events, and tells you when events are received to enable debugging.
Keith Packard, XFree86 Core Team and Cambridge Research Laboratory, HP Labs, HP. and Jim Gettys, Cambridge Research Laboratory, HP Labs, HP. XFree86 Version 1.0 1
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