I don't know how to set the hertz of my monitor

hi, i installed the community bspwm edition but i´m new with bspwm. my monitor has 240 hertz but by default when i reboot my system it gives me 60 and i have to change it manually with xrandr. how can i save the right setting so that after the reboot my monitor has 240 hertz instead of 60?? can anyone help me please?

Please, take a look here, and here:
https://wiki.archlinux.org/title/xrandr#Permanently_adding_undetected_resolutions

Welcome to the forum @cheems :enos_flag: :balloon:

Have you tried adding the xrandr line that makes the adjustment you want to your bspwmrc file?

welcome at the purple side :enos:

could you show the output of xrandr:
xrandr | eos-sendlog
will give you a short url you can post… (pastebin)

i will thx :smile:

thanks! :smile:

i tried to do something like that but i probably did it the wrong way and it didn’t work

https://clbin.com/4RKBJ

239.96 should be able to use this instead of the default 60…

xrandr --output DisplayPort-0 --mode 1920x1080 --rate 239.96

this only works for active session, when I reboot my system goes back to 60 hertz, maybe i need to save it in bspwm config file like @ramblinwreck said

btw i just solved it by putting this “xrandr --output DisplayPort-0 --mode 1920x1080 --rate 239.96” in the bspwm config file, was so easy lmao, thanks for having answered my question and thanks to @ramblinwreck and @joekamprad

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