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Offline Red

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Change resolution on linux
Hi to all,
Sorry for this noob question but, i want to change the resolution , i just tried creating fs2_open.ini files and put this code:

       VideocardFs2open=OGL -(1024x768)x32 bit

and changing it with 1280x800 and 800x600.
I put the file in the main directory and also in the data directory but don't work.
i'm using a fs2_open_3_6_12_INF_r with "The Babylon Project" on a Linux Ubuntu Lucid 10.04
a little help please! Thanks a lot for your attention!!! :D
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Re: Change resolution on linux
I think it needs to be in the .* directory in your user folder?  like .tbp/data or .fs2_open/data or something.
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Re: Change resolution on linux
~/.fs2_open is the correct directory.
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Offline marvn

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Re: Change resolution on linux
for me, the file is ~/.fs2_open/fs2_open.ini and the line is 'VideocardFs2open=OGL -(1280x800)x32 bit'

maybe the location is different for Babylon, U can also use yal to configure this