Am Montag, 9. August 2010 schrieb Phil Requirements: > > I now saw the boot messages at 1400x1050 right away. However, the colours > > were all wrong, everything was brighter and the hue was set off. I.e. > > white now was light green, red became purple and so on. fbset now said > > that the framebuffer was EFI VGA instead of VESA VGA. > > I did a lot of experimenting with different framebuffer settings > recently, and with some of the experiments I saw the same green color > as you are describing. In the end I determined that the pale green > color was due to the color depth portion of the framebuffer mode. > > For example, the following setting will produce that pale green color: > > GRUB_GFXMODE=1024x768x16 > > But if you change the color depth to 24 or 32, everything turns out better: > > GRUB_GFXMODE=1024x768x24 > > I noticed in your description of the solution, that you did not > specify a color depth one way or another. It might be something to > consider. Actually, I had it in there all the time. But the Ubuntu howto that I talked about did not mention a colour depth, so I omitted it. Perhaps I’ll try the the GRUB_GFX with a depth, but as I said, grub is starting quite slow if I set it to this big resolution. -- Gruß | Greetings | Qapla' What’s right is right, otherwise it’d be wrong.
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