yes i believe there is a way and its called the search button
heres a link for the lazy
I have a very small screen 7 inch =)
and often i cant see the bottom of a program because there is a limit
on how far i can bring the program with alt.
Is there a way to get rid of this limit ?
thanxs for the help, i m finding it hard to think of what to search for.
howto remove window restriction
howto remove window fix
howto remove window limit
you seem like a very intelligent person maby you would like to aid a complete idiot like my self ?
The guy did give you aid. Try to search and try reading the tutorials and guide section on the main page of the forums this is where we like to keep the tutorials and guides. Sometimes they get away but either a mod or a good search can rope them back in sight.you seem like a very intelligent person maby you would like to aid a complete idiot like my self ?
Its there I promise.
ok , i apologize my bad , it was there after all. It said i should
If you want to change the resolution then you need to edit the syslinux.cfg file. This is found in
So you will need to use an editor for this.
I changed the sda1 to hdc1 but there seems not to be a syslinux ?
If you find the partition where the /boot/ folder is located then you can follow it down until you get to
once there you can do an ls to see what all is stored there and you should see something like ldlinux.sys, lilo*, and syslinux.cfg*
this is the one you are looking for.
For my situation it lookes like this .
bt~# cd /mnt/sdb1/boot/syslinux/
Then again do an
#ls to find the syslinux.cfg file
if you are not in the right place and you do the nano part then nano will create a file with the name you specified.
It however will not save the file until you tell it to save.
Of course for me it would look like so
this is what i get
boot # ls
What tutorial did you use ?
Please find it and post the link to it here
I know that you may not be able to post valid links so just do
hxxp://www. instead of http://www.
i used this tutorial
it was a real install on the internal flash drive in the eeepc .
If you did a real install you need to pass the vga statement to lilo. so edit your lilo.conf which is located in the /etc directory.
* #linux bootable partition config begins
* image = /boot/vmlinuz
When you see this part you need to change your vga statement to vga = 317 or whatever it is for the eeepc. Here is a table of vga choices.
640x480 800x600 1024x768 1280x1024
256 0x301 0x303 0x305 0x307
32k 0x310 0x313 0x316 0x319
64k 0x311 0x314 0x317 0x31A
16M 0x312 0x315 0x318 0x31B
Just incase you dont know how to save in nano its control + o and then it will say "filename to save blah blah" and the enter to save.