Thanks Felix and Fabian,
Fabian: I did not try leap I was after tumbleweed. the other machines
on which I have leap do not have 4k screens.
Felix: thanks for the workaround.
will be great if in the boot menu we will have an option Installation
on 4k... imagine the effect on someone who is not a long term opensuse
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On Thu, 12 Aug 2021 at 09:17, Felix Miata <mrmazda(a)earthlink.net> wrote:
Alin Marin Elena composed on 2021-08-12 08:59 (UTC+0100):
Recently I have been doing a fresh install of my
tumbleweed (change of hdd)
and I was surprised by the fact the installer does not support 4k
screens, the fonts are ridiculously small.
It does, but IIRC, not automatically.
did I miss something?
the laptop is Precision 7550 with an intel uhd
Set the screen resolution and logical pixel density used during installation for
the graphical installer. Its applicability is limited to the first screen when
multiple screens are employed. The option accepts a screen resolution optionally
followed by a screen density in dpi.
Note this does neither influence the text mode (console) resolution nor set the
screen size for the installed system.
# set screen size to 1024 x 768
# set screen size to 1024 x 768, and set resolution to 100 dpi
If your screen is 3840x2160, I suggest any of the following options as a starting
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