Re: Desktop bunching up on edge of screen
Date: Wed, 11 Feb 2004 01:56:21 GMT
On Tue, 10 Feb 2004 13:51:02 -0600, Don Gardon <firstname.lastname@example.org>
>Don Gardon wrote:
>> Using a Micron 900LX Ati chiptype RagePro and the Debian Gnome stuff. Can
>> get a well shaped window in the middle of the screen but the desktop is
>> bunching up on the horizontal edges. Messed with the monitor controls, no
>> help there. Have Linux on a seperate HD, mouse works, everything else seems
>> to work, cept the monitor. If anyone has had this problem would love to
>> know how you fixed it. Window to damn close to my machine here and ain't so
>> cold here in Texas that I can't do without a window pain for a night.
>Wanted to thank ya'll for all your help with these problems I've been
>having with my system. However, been working on this thing for a week +
>now and haven't gotten my modem/internet set up yet. Think I'm going to
>pass on Linux or at least this version of it. In one last desperate
>attempt to trash MS I'm wondering if there is a "user friendly" version
>of Linux that I can try, perhaps with considerably less documentation?
>Has been my experience with applications in general that the less
>documentation, the more useful the application is.
Have you tried Knoppix on your system?
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