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Bare with me I'm new to linux. I have a ctx cybernote700E which has no hdd caddy (yet) so i decided to run dsl of a usb, usb wont boot ...
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    DSL USB, screen not correctly displayed on ctx cybernote


    Bare with me I'm new to linux.
    I have a ctx cybernote700E which has no hdd caddy (yet) so i decided to run dsl of a usb, usb wont boot , got round that with a boot from floppy first, great. But>>
    The screen is ok in the boot up colours and image good and clear but when finally in dsl the screen turn pale green, everthings on the screen but its just not displayed correctly.
    Can anyone help, suspect its the screen driver, ( i'm more familliar with windows, no don't swear! at me!, i'm trying to convert).

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    I'm new also but use dsl..at the boot prompt hit f2 or f3 and there are options for screen..I'm not sure which you need but I used a few and finally it booted nice and clear..you type the options at the prompt ie: dsl vga=normal or dsl vga=xxx..I think you also may choose at xvesa setup ie 256, 16 24 for color
    hope that helps

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