I am trying to set my PC up with SUSE Standard Server 8. I have installed it on my laptop as a dual boot. Which works fine.
1) When I boot into linux I am only using part of my screen. How do I check my screen setttings and see what screen resolution I am using?
2) I have access to a wireless network and I have a Microsoft wireless card (Microsoft I Know) . Where do I go to try and add new hardware or see what hardware is recognized?
3) I tried to load wget from the rpm package using rpm -i wget.rpm. It comes back and says it failed dependencies and requires info? Where is a good place to find RPM packages? Where can I find the info RPM I need?
Thanks, for looking and I would appreciate any other suggestions you may have which might make the transition easier.
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