Video Problem - Redhat Linux 9
I'm a newbie to linux, and thought I would try installing Redhat Linux 9 on Micro$oft's (yuk!) Virtual PC.
The install seemed to all go well, I just chose the defaults for a home desktop, and auto partition, till I get my head around the guts of the new OS. The problem I have, is that on first boot, and all subsequent boots, I have a corrupted screen - it looks all stretched, and the colours are all funny, and I can only access the top left 1/3rd of the desktop. Experience tells me it a video driver problem, probably the wrong one, but I don't have a clue how to change the driver from the console. I just figured out from the forums how to access the console (CRTL-ALT-F1), and CTRL-ALT-F7 seems to access the graphical mode again.
Could someone please help guide this poor lost soul on how to change the video driver, or at least provide a pointer to a guide that can tell me how to change it?
Thanks in advance!