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Installing 15khz desktop resolution on Linux x11
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The easiest and best way to perfom this is to create a file in your home directory named ".xprofile" without the quotes.
In this file you will need to add some xrandr command line code. Replacing $output with your output ID that your CRT will be connected to (VGA-0, DVI-1 etc). To find this ID load up a terminal windows and just type "xrandr | grep " connected" | awk '{print$1}' " without the double quotes. this will list all connected devices.
Code:
xrandr --newmode "700x480_59.941002" 13.849698 700 742 801 867 480 490 496 533 interlace -hsync -vsync && xrandr --newmode "700x480_59.941002" 13.849698 700 742 801 867 480 490 496 533 interlace -hsync -vsync
xrandr --addmode $output 700x480_59.941002
xrandr --output $output --mode 700x480_59.941002

Or for simplicity you could run my 15hkz installer which can be found here. Will automate this process for you.
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Installing 15khz desktop resolution on Linux x11 - by alphanu - 02-14-2019, 08:59 AM

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