Rhugga Harper wrote:
> Ok. I run several linux distro's via vmware on top of my windows 7
Ewwwww.... (cooties! ugh!) (That should be the other way 'round.)
> I just installed CentOS 5.6 32-bit and I can't get the display to work
> right. When it first boots, the screen is very small and almost impossible
> to select the username field and log in. Once I log in if I de-select full
> screen and then re-select full-screen it updates to the correct size.
> I've installed vmware tools three times now. Inside the centos guess I set
> my resolution to 1920x1200, which matches my windows 7 machine as well as
> the resolution I run the other linux guests at. I set the monitor to
> "generic 1920x1200 LCD" because my monitor type isn't detected. (Samsung
> P2770H) Video adapter is set to vmware. (Actual device is an ATI HD 6950)
> Anyone have any ideas?
Is there an /etc/X11/xorg.conf? If so, either edit it, or delete it.
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