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I run Debian, how can I change my monitor resolution? xrandr says that the resolution minimum and maximum is the same: 1280x720 and the immage is too big for my screen, how can I resolve this ?
sorry for my English.
Debian system HDMI resolution is determined by the TF card script.bin boot partition root, the default is the use of 720p-60Hz
Resolution. Under the script directory boot partition has several other resolutions scrpit.bin, Suppose you need to 1080p-60Hz resolution,
Just use script / script-1080p-60Hz.bin replace the root directory script.bin:
# in TF card boot partition
cp script/script-1080p-60Hz ./script.bin

Good morning, how are you?, I can't find the script.bin in debian 4.x, can you tell me wher to find it?, the /root folder seems to be empty.
if you got the right distribution script.bin should be in /boot and not in /root

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