As the 64GB Runcore of my eee-pc 901 died a sudden death, i use a
younger brother/sister, until my new 128GB ssd arrives.
As you know, i, as many others, do not like the default bootscreens, so
i had to pimp them.
My more negative experiences with Grub2, made me decide to use Grub Legacy.
It makes use of Gfxboot, with /boot/message.
This model has a resolution of 1366x768.
These commands change the size in the cfg file, which is true.
# gfxboot --change-config 1366x768::screen.size=1366,768
# gfxboot --change-config layout=1366x768,boot
However, despite putting the right image size in place, there is no
change in the blurry fonts&size, and no image is loaded.
I tried this earlier by just altering the cfg file, with no result either.
Is there a 'master' setting applied, somewhere, and if: where? to
set/change the bootscreen size?
Have a nice day..
OS: Linux 3.7.0-rc8-4-desktop i686
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