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Changing monitor resolution for Solaris

Solaris is a mature operating system and some of the old versions are still alive and kicking. So the commands used are different.

For M64 graphics card run

/usr/sbin/m64config

For GFX graphics card run

/usr/sbin/fbconfig -i

For Solaris 10 on x86 hardware run

kdmconfig

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