QUOTE(run088 @ Jan 10 2010, 11:19 AM)
Then a new build will fix your problem. You can run in 480p or 720p since you are using hd cables. You can still keep your old build for when you use the xbox on the other tv. You can just rename the old builds file system name and make your cfg file reflect the changes. This way you will be presented with a grub like boot menu you find on normal pc dual boot setups allowing you to choose which kernel you want to launch. This is easy if your old file system exist on a different partition than the one the new build is on. If this is the case no renaming is necessary. You would just need to alter the cfg file at best if cromwell didn't notice the older file system.
You might also be able to load from a live cd and make the changes on your system with it. I however am not sure what changes would have to be made not to mention how many more changes it would require because of different packages and configurations you have made to the system since base install that could have an impact on the end result.
I would reinstall or make a 2nd build before tracking down those configuration issues if it were me with the problem.
You could also look at the cfg file and look for something like "800x600" or whatever it is already set to and change it to "480p" or "720p" and see if that will get around the problem. I dont know whether it will work or not it is worth a try though. Just remember or copy the old settings so you can change it back if it doesn't work.
Sorry, I don't really know what you mean when you say a new build will solve the problem. Could you elaborate on that? I'm new to all this Linux stuff
I tried to change the cfg file and it did go a bit further, to the linux start up but then crashed :-( No input errors on the TV though! at least I am progress
UPDATE. It says it can't find file system and it is dropping me to a very limited shell, press restart to quit..
any ideas?This post has been edited by Pulsemasta: Jan 10 2010, 11:45 AM