Re: boot screen
On 25 May, 2008, at 02:20, Alex Samad wrote:
That would not do anything usefull and may harm if you update the
menu.lst file by hand. update-grub is used to update that file, and
will overwrite anything added by hand.
silly question did you run update-grub
The vga kernel parameter is a bit illogical. vga=ask will give you a
list of possible modes.
This is done using two numbers, one is the selection number, the other
one is the mode as it is known to the VGA BIOS. The one you want is
the selection number, not the mode (0F07 was the mode) Then replace
the "ask" with that number.