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I am running Ubuntu 13.10 on my PC. I have a monitor supporting 1366x768 resolution. But Ubuntu is running on 1024x768 resolution. How can I get the original 1366x768 resolution? I have installed AMD display drivers for Linux but of no satisfactory result.
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  1. Ubuntu does not support 1366x768 resolution.
    this link might be helpful http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=1480033
  2. Ubuntu does indeed support that resolution, looking at a screen right now.

    Click on "start/shutdown" button.
    Choose system settings.
    Choose displays.
    set.
  3. I did that. Only two options came for that. One is 800x600 and the other is 1024x768. No 1366x768 were found. I have tried to installed AMD Catalyst for Linux but it also does not supporting the system. I have Ubuntu 13.10 (64 Bit). Please help.
  4. Best answer
    From a terminal. sudo dpkg-reconfigure xserver-xorg
    This will reinstall your graphics.
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