QUOTE(Thraxen @ Sep 6 2006, 04:25 AM)
I can be more specific if you would like, that's just what I remember off the top of my head. Any ideas?
The other thing you can play around with from the kernel cmdline is the framebuffer size and position. Try
(I'm not certain of the syntax)
oh, and make sure you don't have xboxfb=y or anything like that in the linuxboot.cfg
If that doesn't work maybe some additional hardware initialization is needed in the loader (although you would have thought the Xbox kernel would have done all that).
QUOTE(guybird @ Sep 6 2006, 04:55 AM)
Forgive my ignorance, but is there any other way to do this besides configuring/changing the launcher? Is there something that can be done within the Linux distro itself for this? If this is a possibility would I have to have a 128mb version and then the normal 64mb version?
If the linux kernel doesn't get the right infomation from the BIOS or bootloader then the way to fix this is specify the infomation via the kernel cmdline (as above)
. AFAIK this is the only way.