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i already have Windows 8 from MSDNAA. I'm very interested in Hyper-V, so i've created an hyper-v virtual machine with openSUSE. If i connect, i have only a 800x600 resolution. I have not found any resolution settings. If you ever be able to change it?

best regards,

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closed as off topic by Michael Hampton, RobM, Ward, Scott Pack, HopelessN00b Oct 4 '12 at 0:00

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That's something you need to ask of somebody who understands openSUSE. You change resolutions like you would on a physical machine.

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i'm not sure, but in openSUSE i h've no resolution settings too - only 800x600. in my opinion vm brings the (max)resolution-setting to vm. – Maject Sep 8 '12 at 7:42
That could easily be. The Hyper-V VM projects a generic VGA into the VM. The intent is to allow a console that's good enough to get Remote Desktop or equivalent technologies working. Use networking to connect to the machine. – Jake Oshins Sep 8 '12 at 17:26

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