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Re: ati9600 & wide-screen notebooks



When you boot edit grub and append single to the kernel line, that would
boot your machine into single user mode. You should use the radeon
driver for your graphic card. 


On 木, 2004-05-06 at 09:49 +0200, Peter Klein wrote:
> Hi,
> 
> I have a problem installing FC2Test3 (to be honest I have the identical
> problem with Test2...). My hardware consists of a ASUS M6700N Notebook
> (
> http://www.asus.com/products/notebook/m6series/m6000n/m6000n_overview.htm
> )
> The install (text mode) runs fine (standard WS setup) until I reboot for
> the first time: The graphics is shown in 640x480 resolution and no
> matter what I choose the result is a black screen without any reaction
> (no other console available, no ssh login possible). And even more
> anoying: there is no way (at least I didn't found one...) to boot in
> normal text mode. 
> The same Notebook runs fine under Suse9.1.
> Concerning the Graphic-Setup: Would it be a big deal to include LCDs and
> Resolutions for Wide Screen? E.g. 1280x800 or 1680x1050?? What am users
> suppose to choose if they have 1280x800 LCD panel? 
> 
> Best regards,
>  Peter
> 
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