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    AsteriskNow Release Ayer
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    Is this a distribution?

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    never heard.... Google it.
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    I can't find anything useful about this release. I don't know where to find some help regarding it. Maybe you can advice me on where to find some good learning resources for a release that is simmilar to this one (if you can judge from the behaviour of this release)?

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    post the output of 'uname -a'.
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    Linux localhost.localdomain 2.6.17.11-1.1.x86.i686.cmov #1 Tue Sept 5 time EDT 2006 i686 i686 i386 GNU/Linux

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    Google is your best friend
    http://www.asterisknow.org/
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    Cool scrolling on your screen

    try this for a professional look:

    carefully edit /etc/grub.conf
    add this bit at the end of the line which starts with kernel
    vga=792

    example:

    kernel /vmlinuz-2.6.9-42.ELsmp ro root=LABEL=/ vga=792

    then reboot, this should give you a good display where you will scroll less

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    [QUOTE=HussamUX]try this for a professional look:

    carefully edit /etc/grub.conf
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    I said i'm a total newbie, sooo how do i edit a file?

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    Quote Originally Posted by HussamUX
    try this for a professional look:

    carefully edit /etc/grub.conf
    I said i'm a total newbie, sooo how do i edit a file?

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    i dont think that code gonna help you.
    anyways, you can edit grub.conf file using 'nano'.
    Code:
    nano /boot/grub/grub.conf




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