How to change display resolution?

Bought 3 Raspberry pi with a display 3.5 TFT LCD. It connects to the motherboard via GPIO. To connect able. Can you tell how to increase the resolution, and then at 480×320 window is not fully displayed and I cannot see the team (reducing the size of the Windows doesn't help either). Operating system UBUNTU MATE. Linux in General is also just beginning to get acquainted.
July 2nd 19 at 17:11
4 answers
July 2nd 19 at 17:13
Possible resolution change via config file
another way to change it via xrandr -s 800x600
Where is the file located? Tried team not helped, writes: not found in available modes. - otis.Hyatt commented on July 2nd 19 at 17:16
: - makayla_Kshleri commented on July 2nd 19 at 17:19
: didn't help, file a no from me, the team is also not working. - otis.Hyatt commented on July 2nd 19 at 17:22
July 2nd 19 at 17:15
Most likely You have nothing. There are 2 options - use optimized software (in this situation I advise you to try Raspbian) or play with masturbirovala)
How then to scale? - otis.Hyatt commented on July 2nd 19 at 17:18
July 2nd 19 at 17:17
It seems that You made a mistake, bought the display is not suitable for Your needs. If you need a full desktop operating system, and the display had to be taken of the appropriate size and, most importantly, permission. Or even use a conventional monitor/TV. And this three-inch baby suitable, for example, as the indicator for homemade products on the basis of the raspberries - any control device, player, watch with thermometer, etc. Well, or, as already said, try to use Raspbian. There seems to have been update for such a display.
So a little permission there can be increase? I'm not applying for Full ND. Although like a display exactly petite sizes for field experiments. Yes, and the OS is not configured yet.
By the way on Raspbian, you can run Wine? - otis.Hyatt commented on July 2nd 19 at 17:20
: All "large" monitors. Is there a permission set that it supports. This displaycheck can only 480×320. If you work only on the command line, then why not. And the desktop is not enough. Look, you can probably small display, but with a reasonable resolution to find.
What do Raspberries on the vine? What does it run? Needed because of application for ARM processor. - makayla_Kshleri commented on July 2nd 19 at 17:23
If the Internet is easy desired it would be possible to find, it would not have written then here. half an hour in search of ruined.
Vine simulates running programs vindovsky - that's the reason. - otis.Hyatt commented on July 2nd 19 at 17:26
: By display I mean something like this LCD HDMI Touch Screen 5 inch TFT Display 800*480 f... This is an example. It says "raspberry pi display" their cloud. Choose settings and connection method.
As for vine, I know what he's doing. But "vindovsky programs" for a CPU? The fact that You run on a "normal" computer or laptop compiled for the x86 processor family. And the Raspberries the ARM processor. It's there to work. Vine is no help. - otis.Hyatt commented on July 2nd 19 at 17:29
: I'm sorry if the question seem stupid, but what is the actual difference between the processors? in Malin ARM is x64? Some computers and laptops too, like the characteristics mentioned ARM. - otis.Hyatt commented on July 2nd 19 at 17:32
: Well, I'm also not special in protsessorostroeniya. Different internals, different system commands. Therefore a program compiled for one CPU on another will not work. There are certainly programs emulators, but this is not the case. It is possible to emulate a weaker primitive processor is significantly more powerful. And ARM is not x86 and not x64 this in and of itself.
Respectively Ubuntu, which You started specifically for raspberry compiled from source. Generally at the fact raspberry is primarily a Linux computer and a software under it you need to look for the Linux.
And finally. Microsoft released some sort of beta adaptation of Windows 10 for the Raspberry Pi. But the condition of this project, there have happened - I have no idea, Google! - Tom71 commented on July 2nd 19 at 17:35
: well so much for that and there is Wine, what would your favorite programs from Windose it was possible for Linux to run. Of course we should not forget about the performance, but the raspberry PI 3 is not so weak, especially for programs that use only 1-20 KB of memory.
About Windows 10 on the Raspberry, I have to say, not paying for name - this is not the full-fledged Windows on a PC, which seems to us, as it has in the title of the IoT, and consequently not Windows 10, is version Windows for programmers, there will not be a usual interface and the desktop, so it is better not to put it up. - otis.Hyatt commented on July 2nd 19 at 17:38
: You do not fully understand. Wine can function calls to replace the Windows function calls to Linux. But team one processor to replace another team he wouldn't. Need programs specially compiled for the CPU of the raspberry. - Tom71 commented on July 2nd 19 at 17:41
Well then in that case I do? - otis.Hyatt commented on July 2nd 19 at 17:44
In terms of programs? First, are looking for a functional analog of Your favorite windowas the program under Linux. And then check it for raspberry. - Tom71 commented on July 2nd 19 at 17:47
: I have to say, analog is not present, here on this and looking to run on the Raspberry, and Ms. in General the way now interested. - otis.Hyatt commented on July 2nd 19 at 17:50
July 2nd 19 at 17:19
konesh much time has passed but if anyone is looking for - get in file /boot/config.txt and at the end of the finish line
framebuffer_width = 1024
framebuffer_height = 768
save the file (edit only root - to do this, right-click and choose Open as root)
Pick the numbers yourself comfortable. You will have happiness. Itself long searched for a while on the forum dude not suggested. In this file stored a lot of interesting things by the way.
This helps when connecting to a monitor or TV via hdml, and I'm talking about the screen, connected via GPIO, asked. - otis.Hyatt commented on July 2nd 19 at 17:22

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