howto disable/correct frame buffer? Distorts boot screen...
Weehooo! Windows free at last! After dual booting Slack and XP I decided to get rid of XP and, hell why not. give Debian a try on the fresh and shiny partition.
All went well, surprisingly because half of the time I couldn't read the config questions because the screen was (how to explain this....) not focussed... as in shifted to below and the left of the LCD screen. Thought it would be cleared up after proper installation and configuration.
But now when Debian boots, it's still like that as soon as (I think) the frame buffer starts. For example, I only see half a penguin at the top! :-(
Anyone know how to correct this, for example with some boot parameter? (don't really want to start to recompile the kernel yet)
[EDIT] BTW, after the boot messages have flashed by, and gdm starts, everything is ok with the screen.
Last edited by BroX; 08-15-2004 at 10:25 AM.