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Connect An External Display In Linux Mint
If you want the displays mirrored instead of extended, this is easy to accomplish. Once the additional monitor is connected, launch the System Settings application by going to the mintmenu, searching for “System Settings”, and then clicking on its icon when it appears in the search results. After Systems Settings appears, click on the Display icon, which will be located under the Hardware category. To set the displays as mirrored, click on the “Mirror displays” check box, and then click the Apply button. Linux Mint will then set the displays to mirror each other. This is the setting you will want to use if you are connecting a laptop to a projector. Note than when two displays are mirrored, they have to share the same screen resolution.
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