On Wed, Jan 6, 2010 at 9:24 AM, Robert Moskowitz <rgm(a)htt-consult.com> wrote:
I am doing another FC12 install on my ASUS 701ee. This is a test
and I end up installing every month or so.
Of course with the small screen size, I end up pressing <cntl-N> a lot, as I
cannot see the Next button. And on some screens I just miss some options,
like getting to customize the install packages. I am always forgetting the
key combo to turn that check box on.
Is there some way to either get the ability to pan the screen around or
scroll the screen so that on Netbooks that SHOULD be a popular install
platform for Fedora, can have workable installation?
I don't know why I didn't think of this when I installed F12 on my 704
but I do have two old CRT monitors laying around. The simplest work
around may be to use those instead during the install. I gave up and
went with the LiveCD originally, but I don't want ext4 and I've
noticed a significant performance hit using it. I also created a
striped LVM last time (4G SSD/4G SD card) under F11 which may have
helped as well which I can't do with the LiveCD.