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what resolution do you run linux at ?  

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  1. 1. what resolution do you run linux at ?

    • 640x480
      0
    • 800x600
      0
    • 1024x768
      14
    • 1280x1024
      15
    • 1600x1200
      6
    • other (specify)
      6
    • 1400x1050
      0


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i use 1024x768 mostly (on this laptop)

 

what about you ?

 

cheers

 

anyweb

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800 ? how could anyone still use that.. :)

 

1024 little too small for my liking

1600 little to big for me..

1280 ah.. the middle ground ;)

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My laptop's resolution are: 1280x800 WXGA (Widescreen) it neat :D

 

At the moment i can't use linux on my laptop yet as the wireless isn't function :(

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3200x1200 gotta love the dual monitors!

 

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now all we need is bofh to tell us he has a 50" screen running a terminal :P

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Other: Depending on the machine and its video display, either 800x600 or 1024x768, and they're all console.

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800 ? how could anyone still use that..

.. depends on how big your mobile phone is, really!

 

All my Linux boxen run headless - no GUI on any of them.

 

But I run putty in 80x25, if that helps!

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