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Thread: How can I change the display in Suse Linux 7.1

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    WireChief
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    How can I change the display in Suse Linux 7.1

    On original installation I set my display for 800x600 but have since found that when I view web pages everything looks like its at 1024x768 very small text. I think you do it in Sax2 but that looked very scary and it was asking to change keyboard and mouse settings.. I just want to simply change the display not go through a complet install.

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    malexg
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    Re: How can I change the display in Suse Linux 7.1

    I'm a Linux user. I've used SUSE since January, 1999. You can't get around the options SaX2 presents to you to reconfigure the mouse, and keyboard. When SaX2 initially starts up it asks you whether you want it to read in the current configuration or generate a default one. If your keyboard and mouse are working just fine, ask it to read your current config.

    When Sax2 starts up, and it presents you with the option to change your mouse and keyboard configuration, just hit the "OK" or "NEXT" button (I can't remember what it is). When you get to the monitor configuration, then do what you need to do. Hope this helps.

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