Hi. I installed Ubuntu 20.04 on my droplet. I was following through with this blog. https://systemweakness.com/how-to-install-ubuntu-with-gui-on-digital-ocean-for-free-12301f464a3
It is working now for me, but my problem is Screen Resolution. Resolution support only 1364x768(16:9) I want to change it to 1920x1080 I am not sure how can I change it. I am connecting it via Teamviewer now. Please help me. Thanks.
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In order to change the screen resolution on your Ubuntu 20.04 droplet, follow these steps.
Open the terminal and run this command to identify your display:
You’ll see an output with your display name (e.g.,
Add the new 1920x1080 resolution with the following command, replacing
YOURDISPLAYwith your display name from the previous step:
Finally, change the resolution by executing this command and replacing
If this works, you can add the commands from step 2 and 3 to the
/etc/rc.localfile to persist the changes across reboots.
For more information on resizing your droplet’s screen resolution, please refer to our Resize Droplet Guide.
Hope that this helps!