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Old 09-07-2005, 12:40 PM   #1
Registered: Apr 2005
Location: Austin, Texas
Distribution: Feather, Darn Small Linux
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configure video for dyne;bolic 1.4.1

my monitor displays 4 or 5 overlapping columns of dyne;bolic after it boots.

I next used f3 to configure the video

I was instructed to enter vga= xxx, xxx being the value for how many bits of color x screen resolution. I tried all of the values w/the same result: "could not find kernal image"

I have had to configure a lot of live CDs to get rid of the overlapping columns. For example when booting Damn Small Linux I enter vga= normal, and the disply comes up as it should. I even tried vga= normal with/dynebolic w/out any success.

I am using an old ViewSonic 5E monitor.

has any body else had the same problem, and been able to fix it?


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