Screen Resolution


(wd) #1

I can not get the gui running. It appears to be a screen resolution problem. How can I change my resolution to something useable and not continual command line?


(Filippo Carletti) #2

Web UI works even on phone small screens. Can you show us a picture of your problem?


(wd) #3

Only thing I have is the command line. I can get into root, but that is as far as it goes. I can also command line through the file system as well. My screen can do 1024X768, but it is at 720X400.


#4

Hi,

On the system where Nethserver is installed, you have only the command line.
There’s no X windows systen and no graphical environment.

You must connect to the Nethserver system with another computer/tablet with a web browser…

Look at this:
http://docs.nethserver.org/en/latest/access.html


(Alessio Fattorini) #5

It’s really odd, could you explain better your problem? Screenshot or pics might be helpful


(wd) #6

Sorry for the late reply.
When I install the distro I have a GUI installation and I’m able to get a successful installation. However, after I reboot into the operating system I no longer have a desktop GUI. I can use the command line as normal, but no GUI. The monitor and screen resolution are fine and display correctly. It appears to be a driver issue, however I would think I would have the same problem during installation. Like I said the GUI during installation is there, but not after re-booting into the operating system.


#7

It’s normal.

Now to access the Nethserver webgui, in another computer, with a web browser, go
http://ip_of_your_nethserver:980.

Read the link I put above… The only thing I can tell to be clearer:Tthe access is from another computer, not from the Nethserver itself.


(Alessio Fattorini) #8

For further information http://docs.nethserver.org/en/stable/access.html


(wd) #9

Sorry for the late reply.
When I install the distro I have a GUI installation and I’m able to get a successful installation. However, after I reboot into the operating system I no longer have a desktop GUI. I can use the command line as normal, but no GUI. The monitor and screen resolution are fine and display correctly. It appears to be a driver issue, however I would think I would have the same problem during installation. Like I said the GUI during installation is there, but not after re-booting into the operating system.