Greetings, fellow netizen. Today we’re going to install Ubuntu on Redmibook 16 Ryzen edition (Ryzen 4700U).
Wayland doesn’t allow applications to change resolution, and there’s no official utility to do that. There’s a third party display-config script, but it stopped working with latest changes in Mutter API. Here’s a short workaround until a better solution comes up:
One can say many bad things about Mac OS, but what they got right for sure is typing diacritics, such as ñ or é. You don’t have to add layouts or switch languages, just use alt+n to get dead tilde and alt-e for dead acute accent.