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Old 06-11-2004, 08:17 AM   #1
Ph0enix2003
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MDK 10 and framebuffer


It works properly in the 800x600 mode (including bootsplashes). As soon as I go any higher (via vga=791, 792 or 795 in lilo.conf), it doesn't display my images though it boots in the framebuffer mode because I see the MDK logo in the upper left corner while it's starting services. I'd love to be able to switch to the console in the 1280x1024 mode (or at least 1024x768) and still see fb background image as shown here:

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