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It's while running my newly compiled kernel 2.6.5. It's not there when I boot my custom 2.6.3. I used the same options for both....
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    Can anyone explain the white space next to Tux?




    It's while running my newly compiled kernel 2.6.5. It's not there when I boot my custom 2.6.3. I used the same options for both.

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    I too have had the exact same issue.
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    bug?

    could it be a bug?
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    Since I never really tried this with other kernels prior to 2.6.5, I can't say what the difference really would be.
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    Image size

    Perhaps the issue is as trivial a matter as the image of tux is rendered as a different size on screen leaving whitespace. Just a guess.

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