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Old 08-18-2003, 01:39 PM   #1
lyceum
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Question fullscreen after rh9 install


after installing rh9 on a dell inspiron 2650 notebook the default boot process is not full screen. (rather, the scrolling text part of the boot process is, but the logon and subsequent desktop are not) i have found that pressing Funct + F7 makes the display fullscreen, but is somewhat annoying. also, if i change virtual consoles, it is back to being "windowed." does anyone know a fix for this?

thanks in advance.


Update

this wasn't replied to, but i found that simply increasing my screen resolution took care of the problem, just in case anyone else runs into this...

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