In which config file in $HOME I could set xrandr ?
I have a machine (ThinkPad) with OpenBSD 5.7 where the display resolution is set automatically by inteldrm (i7 intel GPU - no xorg.conf) to the highest possible (so far - no problem).
After login using xdm I can use something like
xrandr --output eDP1 --mode 1024x768 --set "scaling mode" "Full"
But, in which configuration file (I found nothing in the FAQ and so on - or I looked false) in $HOME and, how I have to put this line (or is there maybe another solution), that it works automatically (if it also effects xdm, it is nice but no requirement) ?
Thanks for answers.
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