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    Just burned his ISO joerg's Avatar
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    Default enable 2560x1600 in vm image

    Hello,
    as muts pointed out lately it is recomended to run the fix-vesa command and then adjust the xorg.conf for very high resultions. now, this works for me very well, even with 1920x1200. but as i connected a 30" monitor and feeded the xorg.conf with the 2560x1600, it won´t trasport it into X, it only shows available resolutions till 1920x1200. Anyone an idea?
    best regards,
    Joerg

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    Default Re: enable 2560x1600 in vm image

    D00d, just install the vmtools that come with vmware. You'll be able to stretch your screen to pretty much any resolution.
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