The config.txt in Puppy alpha3:ChadP wrote:I finally have the puppy working on my RP. Does anyone know how to fit it to the screen? Im using hdmi but it over runs the screen a little on all four sides if someone could help me out it would be greatly appreciated. Thanks!!!
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# refer: http://elinux.org/RPi_config.txt also: http://www.jtek.cz/?p=62 # Use HDMI mode even if no HDMI monitor is detected # (i have this problem if any usb device plugged in at startup) hdmi_force_hotplug=1 # this might force audio out on hdmi... #hdmi_drive=2 # Force hdmi to CEA mode... #hdmi_group=1 # CEA 720p 60Hz... #hdmi_mode=4 # CEA 720p 50Hz... (this works on my tv, 60Hz does not) #hdmi_mode=19 # The RP firmware in partition 1 currently is set to very high overscan, giving huge black borders on the screen. # set this to disable overscan, so video will fill the screen... disable_overscan=1 # leaving disable_overscan=1 enabled, to cancel the system default overscan (do not comment it out), # you can reintroduce some small some overscan, if video is spilling off edges of screen... #overscan_left=4 #overscan_right=4 #overscan_top=4 #overscan_bottom=4
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disable_overscan=1 overscan_left=4 overscan_right=4 overscan_top=4 overscan_bottom=4
No, its Puppy. Navigate to it in the file manager and click on it and it will open in the right application. (Assuming it is like every other Puppy, I don't have a Raspberry Pi).ChadP wrote:I know this is a dumb question but where do I edit text do I do it in the console? I love the puppy the best of all the os. Great job!
I don't think that your first statement will mean a lot to many users who (like me - until yesterday!) assumed that Puppy was 'just another Unix distro' with a terminal which would accept commands like 'apt-get upate' to name but one!dancytron wrote: No, its Puppy. Navigate to it in the file manager and click on it and it will open in the right application. (Assuming it is like every other Puppy, I don't have a Raspberry Pi).