Sabayon 3.3 One step forward, two steps back!?

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Sabayon 3.3 One step forward, two steps back!?

Postby thedevilsjester » Sun Mar 18, 2007 21:09

When I installed 3.26, I was pleasently suprised, it was the ONLY distribution to get my resolution right! (I even posted so in the forums!)

However 3.3 seems to have gone a step backward and no longer allows or detects my resolution.

What happened Sabayon?
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Postby wolfden » Sun Mar 18, 2007 21:12

did you try the res=1024x768 cheat code? With my widescreen I always have to tell it res=1440x900
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Postby thedevilsjester » Sun Mar 18, 2007 21:17

wolfden wrote:did you try the res=1024x768 cheat code? With my widescreen I always have to tell it res=1440x900


No I havent yet but that wasnt the point of the post, I can figure out how to fix it, the point was that it works Out Of The Box in 3.26 and not at all in 3.3.

This was one of the big advertising points I used when converting people to Sabayon. Please fix this!

Just like your sig says, "It Just Works", but in the new version, it doesnt just work anymore (atleast as far as Res goes)
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Postby wolfden » Sun Mar 18, 2007 21:23

moving to development suggestions as others are reporting this issue too
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Postby Thrice » Mon Mar 19, 2007 3:29

Yeah along these lines I strongly suggest adding a program like this to the next version of sabayon. Most of the time the user himself knows the resolution he wants.

I had good results with it in this thread.
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Postby schivmeister » Mon Mar 19, 2007 19:58

it would be great if this comes solved in the mini :)
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