Hi Frédéric,

Surprisingly, the lightdm service doesn’t appear to be running, but moving the 
xfce4 config directory out of the way and then logging in, successfully gave me 
a functioning resolution.

Many thanks for the help!


> On 2 Mar 2020, at 10:33, Frédéric Pierret <frederic.pier...@qubes-os.org> 
> wrote:
> Hi,
> I would do something like:
>    - systemctl stop lighdtm
>    - mv ~/.config/xfce4{,.bak}
>    - systemctl restart lightdm
> Your XFCE settings are backuped for further investigation.
> Best,
> Frédéric
>> On 2020-03-02 10:46, IX4 Svs wrote:
>> Today I booted my Qubes laptop (Dell Precision M4800) which has been working 
>> fine for a while and noticed that after entering my password in the GUI 
>> session manager to enter XFCE I’m being logged on, but there is something 
>> wrong with the resolution of the display and the result is a corrupted and 
>> unusable GUI. (See attachment)
>> I can hit CTRL-ALT-F2 to get a console session, but not sure how I should 
>> proceed to troubleshoot the XFCE settings from there. Is there a way to 
>> “reset” the X server settings or force it to attempt to auto-detect the 
>> screen size? This is odd as it used to work fine for the built-in laptop 
>> display, but has now become unusable.
>> I installed all dom0 updates and rebooted to ensure I have the latest 
>> patches, but it didn’t help. Qubes R4.0
>> Thanks in advance,
>> Alex

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