Grub Screen Resolution Setting?
Here's an unusual one...
Debian 6 Squeeze. Suddenly, out of the blue, the following happens.
On the boot up to the Grub loader screen my monitor (Acer X193w) displays a "screen resolution not supported" message in a floating window, even though the Grub screen itself is displayed. It appears as a flattened rectangle, like wide screen format films on a TV (black bar top and bottom), the floating message on top of it.
Once Debian is selected and boots, obviously my xorg.conf takes over and sets the 1440X900 resolution and everything is fine. But the Grub start up bothers me.
How do I set the resolution of the Grub loader screen, please?
Many thanks in advance for any help.
Some additional information. I just ran an rkhunter check and I have a warning of a file;
As well as two warnings which I believe are false alarms;
The former is the unusual one. Could this have something to do with the Grub problem? Some activity on my computer, perhaps?
It also warns me of "SSH root access allowed". As I only recently configured SSH on my computer(s), and am a noob at it, I was worried about this sort of thing from the start. Am I being unduly paranoid? Is it unrelated to the Grub problem.
Again, thanks for any help.
Last edited by feeblebrain; 06-15-2011 at 01:08 PM.