Delete monitor data

Hey,
How can i delete the monitor data.
Its because currently im using one monitor and if i connect the other monitor it goes to some saved settings, which is completly messed up. So how do i delete monitor data.

Thanks,

*Sorry if its confusing

You mean the monitor settings, somewhere, stored depending on the DE.
The data you hide because you have not posted the required garuda-inxi.

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You'll want to type in garuda-inxi in your terminal, then edit your post and paste the output of that command onto your post. :slightly_smiling_face:

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Why are you repeating something the questioner has already deleted twice without addressing it?

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Hello Garuda users.

Please read the following template before requesting assistance:

Please post the terminal/konsole input and output as text (no pictures) from the the following command:

garuda-inxi

Refusing to post the output of the required "garuda-inxi" on a help request will likely result in you not receiving any help from the Garuda team. A failure to provide your system specs may also result in your thread being closed without notice, (as without this information providing assistance is often next to impossible).

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Im sorry,

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In case they were new, just trying to be a friendly help to them. :slightly_smiling_face: Some people are new to forums and ignore instructions or just plain miss them. They select all text and remove it to add their issue not realizing they deleted instructions. Just trying to help them. :slightly_smiling_face:

yea im new to forums, i think i asked once here. And it was the simplest of questions

No worries! Just try and make sure to attach your garuda-inxi in the future. It helps the team and everyone be able to help you much faster having the inxi :slightly_smiling_face: Happy Garuda-ing!

When a guest enters my house with shoes on, even though it says outside on the doormat:
Enter and be my guest, but please leave your shoes outside.

Which of us is then rude?

I was not rude, I could have locked or deleted the post directly.


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Sorry SGS, wasn't trying to say you were being rude man. I was just trying to help; I've forgotten my inxi before, and since I'd been in those shoes, just posted to try and help. My comment was independent of yours.

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BTW, for

It's not about simple or difficult, it's about information and what you've already tried to do to solve the problem.

I see many solutions there.

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