Auto-detect NTFS partit., Monitor resolution, keyboard lang?

Questions about problems with your hardware. For example, if you the kernel hangs during boot because of an hardware failure or if you have a problem with a driver not working or missing.
pstein
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Auto-detect NTFS partit., Monitor resolution, keyboard lang?

Postby pstein » 20 Nov 2014, 05:14

Some time ago I tried out SystemRescueCD and was disappointed.

This old version does NOT automatically recognized
- existing NTFS partitions and auto-mount them
- the maximum possible monitor resolution (instead it starts up with a tiny default resolution)
- the current german keyboard layout language (instead it assigns english as keyboard layout)
- does not have a "shutdown" button. Instead users have to enter "shutdown" at the terminal

Ok, users could fiddle around and switch everything manually.
But this is extremely unconvenient and unhandy.

Is SystemRescueCD meanwhile smarter and auto-detects all these settings?

Peter

gernot
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Re: Auto-detect NTFS partit., Monitor resolution, keyboard l

Postby gernot » 20 Nov 2014, 07:06

A rescue system should never mount a filesystem automatic RW.
Sysresccd don't load the german keyboard automatic. Init asks at boot.
On modern systems sysresccd shut down with the power button.

Gernot


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