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Old 07-22-2004, 03:16 AM   #1
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SUSE live


Hi all

I'm running Fedora 1 but decided to have a look at SUSE. I down-loaded and burnt the Iso, booted from the CD rom and all seemed to go well, Getting towards the end of the boot process the screen came up with a this message 'INPUT NOT SUPPORTED' I take this to mean it does not support the resolution SUSE was trying to input. I have a pretty generic AOC LCD screen, Fedora uses 1024 x 768. During the SUSE boot process it does no seem to give any option to set the resolution, is there a way to do this with the Live CD while it's booting?

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Old 07-22-2004, 04:13 AM   #2
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do a search for things like this on the boards, cause its likely that someone else has the same problem...

anyway, i thnk input may be referring to your keyboard or mouse??not sure;...
 
  


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