You need to update httpd. Run the following command to open Apache configuration file httpd. This section offers a very brief overview of installation tasks for experienced readers who are eager to get started. Note that many explanatory notes and helpful hints appear in the following chapters of this guide.
If an issue arises during the installation process, consult the appropriate chapters in the full guide for help. Experts Only This section is intended only for experts. The installation procedure is fairly simple, and consists of only a few steps:.
Download files to make media or another bootable configuration. Download Files. Verify your downloads Downloads may fail for any number of reasons. Always verify the shasum of the downloaded files. Download the ISO image for a Live image. You may also use the livecd-tools package to write the image to other bootable media such as a USB flash disk. To install the distribution to your hard disk, use the shortcut on the desktop after you log in. Download the boot. Write the image to the approriate physical media to create bootable media. The boot media contains no packages but must be pointed at a hard disk or online repository to complete the installation.
Download the netinst. Write the image to the appropriate physical media to create bootable media. Download the vmlinuz kernel file and the initrd. Configure your operating system to boot the kernel and load the ramdisk image. Prepare for Installation. Resizing Partitions The installation program provides functions for resizing ext2, ext3, ext4, and NTFS formatted partitions.
Install Fedora. Boot from the desired media, with any options appropriate for your hardware and installation mode. If you boot from the Live CD, select the "Install to Hard Disk" option from the desktop to run the installation program. If you boot from minimal media or a downloaded kernel, select a network or hard disk resource from which to install.
Proceed through all the steps of the installation program. The installation program does not change your system until you make a final confirmation to proceed. When installation is finished, reboot your system. After the system reboots, it displays additional configuration options. Make appropriate changes to your system and proceed to the login prompt. Preparing for Installation. This part of the Fedora Installation Guide covers decisions that you should make and resources that you should gather before installing Fedora, including:.
Table of Contents 2. System Specifications List. Obtaining Fedora. This chapter explains how to get the files you need to install and run Fedora on your computer. Concepts in this chapter may be new, especially if this is your first free and open source operating system. If you have any trouble with this chapter, find help by visiting the Fedora Forums at http: The Fedora Project distributes Fedora in many ways, mostly free of cost and downloaded over the Internet.
A full set of the software on DVD media. Live images you can use to try Fedora, and then install to your system if you so choose. The reduced bootable images are suitable for use with a fast Internet connection and install Fedora on one computer. Source code discs are not used for installing Fedora, but are resources for experienced users and software developers. Downloading Fedora. Download Links To follow a Web-based guide to downloading, visit http: From a Mirror. The Fedora installation files are freely available from web servers located in many parts of the world.
These servers mirror the files available from the Fedora Project. If you visit http: Alternatively, you can choose a mirror from the list maintained at http: This page lists mirrors according to geographic location. The mirrors geographically closest to you are likely to provide you with the fastest downloads. If the company or organization that provides your internet access maintains a mirror, this mirror is likely to provide you with the fastest downloads of all. Mirrors publish Fedora software under a well-organized hierarchy of folders.
This directory contains a folder for each architecture supported by that release of Fedora. From BitTorrent. BitTorrent is a way to download information in cooperation with other computers. Each computer cooperating in the group downloads pieces of the information in a particular torrent from other peers in the group.
Computers that have finished downloading all the data in a torrent remain in the swarm to seed , or provide data to other peers. If you download using BitTorrent, as a courtesy you should seed the torrent at least until you have uploaded the same amount of data you downloaded. If your computer does not have software installed for BitTorrent, visit the BitTorrent home page at http: You do not need to find a special mirror for BitTorrent files.
The BitTorrent protocol ensures that your computer participates in a nearby group. To download and use the Fedora BitTorrent files, visit http: Releases are separated by architecture , or type of computer processor. Use the following table to determine the architecture of your computer according to the type of processor. Consult your manufacturer's documentation for details on your processor, if necessary.
The exception is if your computer is a non-Intel based Apple Macintosh. Refer to http: You have several options to download Fedora. Read the options below to decide the best one for you. Each file available for download in a Fedora distribution includes the architecture type in the file name. Full Distribution on DVD If you have plenty of time, a fast Internet connection, and wish a broader choice of software on the install media, download the full DVD version. Once burned to DVD, the media is bootable and includes an installation program. The DVD version contains a mode to perform rescue operations on your Fedora system in an emergency.
Live Image If you want to try Fedora before you install it on your computer, download the Live image version. If your computer supports booting from CD or USB, you can boot the operating system without making any changes to your hard disk. The Live image also provides an Install to Hard Disk desktop shortcut. If you decide you like what you see, and want to install it, simply activate the selection to copy Fedora to your hard disk. You can download the Live image directly from a mirror, or using BitTorrent.
Minimal Boot Media If you have a fast Internet connection but do not want to download the entire distribution, you can download a small boot image. Fedora offers images for a minimal boot environment on CD. Once you boot your system with the minimal media, you can install Fedora directly over the Internet.watch
Although this method still involves downloading a significant amount of data over the Internet, it is almost always much less than the size of the full distribution media. Once you have finished installation, you can add or remove software to your system as desired. Download Size Installing the default software for Fedora over the Internet requires more time than the Live image, but less time than the entire DVD distribution.
Actual results depend on the software you select and network traffic conditions. The following table explains where to find the desired files on a mirror site. Replace arch with the architecture of the computer being installed. If you do not have a fast Internet connection, or if you have a problem creating boot media, downloading may not be an option. Fedora DVD and CD distribution media is available from a number of online sources around the world at a minimal cost.
Use your favorite Web search engine to locate a vendor, or refer to http: Making Fedora Media. The exact series of steps that produces a CD from an image file varies greatly from computer to computer, depending on the operating system and disc burning software installed. Use this procedure as a general guide. You might be able to omit certain steps on your computer, or might have to perform some of the steps in a different order from the order described here. Make sure that your disc burning software is capable of burning discs from image files.
Although this is true of most disc burning software, exceptions exist. In particular, note that the CD burning feature built into Windows XP and Windows Vista cannot burn CDs from images and that earlier Windows operating systems did not have any CD burning capability installed by default. If you use a Windows operating system on your computer and do not have disc burning software installed or you are not sure that the software can burn discs from image files InfraRecorder is a suitable alternative available from http: Most widely-used CD burning software for Linux, such as Brasero and K3b , also includes this capability.
On some computers, a window opens and displays various options when you insert the disc. If you see a window like this, look for an option to launch your chosen disc burning program. If you do not see an option like this, close the window and launch the program manually. Launch your disc burning program.
On some computers, you can do this by right-clicking or control-clicking on the image file and selecting a menu option with a label like Copy image to CD , or Copy CD or DVD image. Other computers might provide you with a menu option to launch your chosen disc burning program, either directly or with an option like Open With.
If none of these options are available on your computer, launch the program from an icon on your desktop, in a menu of applications such as the Start menu on Windows operating systems, or in the Mac Applications folder. In your disc burning program, select the option to burn a CD from an image file. For more detail, including step-by-step instructions for various popular disc burning applications, refer to Making Fedora Discs available from http: Making USB Media.
You cannot create bootable USB media on media formatted as Btrfs. USB media often comes in the form of flash devices sometimes called pen drives , thumb disks , or keys ; or as an externally connected hard disk device. Almost all media of this type is formatted as a vfat file system. You can create bootable USB media on media formatted as ext2, ext3, or vfat. You can transfer a distribution image file, a live image file, or a minimal boot media image file to USB media. Make sure that sufficient free space is available on the device. Nevertheless, it is always a good idea to back up important data before performing sensitive disk operations.
Follow the instructions in that section to use an implementation of dd for Windows operating systems. Note that image files are large and that it is probably impractical to use LiveUSB Creator to download an image file if you do not have a broadband connection to the Internet. The graphical tool and the works only with the Fedora live image. Install the liveusb-creator on your system with your graphical package manager, or the following command:.
Install the livecd-tools package on your system with your graphical package manager, or the following command:. Find the device name for your USB media. Use the livecd-iso-to-disk command to write the ISO image to the media:. Replace sdX1 with the device name for the partition on the USB media. Most flash drives and external hard disks use only one partition. If you have changed this behavior or have oddly partitioned media, you may need to consult other sources of help.
These instructions could destroy data If you perform this procedure with a disk or USB storage device that already contains data, this data will be destroyed with no warning. Make sure that you specify the correct disk or USB storage device, and make sure that this disk or storage device does not contain any data that you want to keep.
Plug in your USB media. Use the dd command to write the ISO image to the media:. This method works only with the Fedora live image, and only on Linux operating systems. Many Linux distributions automatically mount USB media devices when you connect the device to your computer. If this is the case, unmount the device. The specific method to do this varies widely between Linux distributions and desktops. Some common methods include:. At a command line, type su - to become root, and enter the root password when your system prompts you. Create a mount point for the live image that you downloaded.
Mount the live image with the following command: Change directory to the LiveOS directory of the image that you just mounted. Run the following command: You have downloaded a Fedora live image, FedoraiLive. Run livecd-iso-to-disk to transfer the live image to your flash drive and make the flash drive bootable:. Steps to Get You Started. Preparing for a Hard Drive Installation. Hardware compatibility is particularly important if you have an older system or a system that you built yourself. Fedora 13 should be compatible with most hardware in systems that were factory built within the last two years.
The most recent list of supported hardware can be found in the Release Notes for Fedora 13, available at http: You can view the statistics gathered by this method at http: Viewing the list of hardware that makes up systems on which other people have successfully installed Fedora might help you determine how suitable your hardware is.
You can also refer to the LinuxQuestions. These sets are detected automatically, and devices with Intel ISW metadata are recognized as mdraid instead of dmraid. Note that the device node names of any such devices under mdraid are different from their device node names under dmraid. Therefore, special precautions are necessary when you migrate systems with Intel BIOS RAID sets from operating systems or versions of operating systems that use dmraid.
Before migrating these files, you must therefore edit them to replace device node paths with device UUIDs instead.
You can find the UUIDs of devices with the blkid command. Hardware RAID. Configure any RAID functions provided by the mainboard of your computer, or attached controller cards, before you begin the installation process. On systems with more than one hard drive you may configure Fedora to operate several of the drives as a Linux RAID array without requiring any additional hardware. Software RAID. If configuration of these disks at installation time is not vital, disconnect them to avoid any confusion.
Most such devices are recognized by the kernel and available for use at that time. Nearly every modern-day operating system OS uses disk partitions , and Fedora is no exception. When you install Fedora, you may have to work with disk partitions. Alternative Boot Methods. This may be useful, for example, if you are performing an installation over a network or from a hard drive. To create bootable USB media from the boot.
UNetbootin is a free and open-source graphical tool that can create live USB media from live image files on computers that use a wide range of different Linux distributions or Microsoft Windows.
Refer to the documentation accompanying UNetbootin for a complete description of the tool and instructions on how to use it. The boot. This file is an image of a disc that you can burn to a CD and use to boot the installation program. Choose an option to burn a CD from an image When you burn the boot. The exact wording of this option varies, depending on the software that you use, but should contain the word "image".
Note that not all CD burning software includes this option. There are many programs available that add this capability to Windows operating systems; Infrarecorder is a free and open-source example available from http: Preparing for a Network Installation. Having a CD in the drive may cause unexpected errors.
Note The Fedora installation program has the ability to test the integrity of the installation media. We recommend that you test all installation media before starting the installation process, and before reporting any installation-related bugs many of the bugs reported are actually due to improperly-burned CDs.
To use this test, type the following command at the boot: Create an iso image from the installation disk s using the following command for DVDs:. You can check to see whether the directory is accessible from the server itself, and then from another machine on the same subnet that you will be installing to. Preparing for an NFS install. For NFS installation it is not necessary to mount the iso image. It is sufficient to make the iso image itself available via NFS. You can do this by moving the iso image or images to the NFS exported directory:.
In addition the install. Additionally, if a file called updates. Refer to the file install-methods. To extract the install. Note Hard drive installations only work from ext2, ext3, or FAT file systems. If you have a file system other than those listed here, such as reiserfs, you will not be able to perform a hard drive installation.
You can then point the installation program at that directory to perform the installation. To prepare your system for a hard drive installation, you must set the system up in one of the following ways:. The ISO files must be located on a hard drive that is either internal to the computer, or attached to the machine by USB. Verifying that ISO images are intact before you attempt an installation, helps to avoid problems. To verify the ISO images are intact prior to performing an installation, use an md5sum program many md5sum programs are available for various operating systems.
An md5sum program should be available on the same Linux machine as the ISO images. Before you begin installation from a hard drive, check the partition type to ensure that Fedora can read it. To check a partition's file system under Windows, use the Disk Management tool. To check a partition's file system under Linux, use the fdisk utility. The installation program automatically detects and installs your computer's hardware. However, when performing certain types of installation, some specific details might be useful or even essential.
If you plan to use a customized partition layout, record:. The model numbers, sizes, types, and interfaces of the hard drives attached to the system. This will allow you to identify specific hard drives during the partitioning process. If you are installing Fedora as an additional operating system on an existing system, record:.
The mount points of the existing partitions on the system. This will allow you to identify specific partitions during the partitioning process. If you plan to install from a network location, or install on an iSCSI target:. The make and model numbers of the network adapters on your system. For example, Netgear GA This will allow you to identify adapters when manually configuring the network.
If any of these networking requirements or terms are unfamiliar to you, contact your network administrator for assistance. The location of the iSCSI target. You should verify that the domain name will be supplied by the DHCP server. If not, you will need to input the domain name manually during installation.
The installation process. This part of the Fedora Installation Guide details the installation process itself, from various methods of booting the installer up to the point where the computer must restart to finalize the installation. This part of the manual also includes a chapter on troubleshooting problems with the installation process. Table of Contents 6. Booting the Installer. Booting from the Network using PXE. However, some systems with very old BIOS implementations cannot handle media with more than one boot catalog entry. Therefore, the installed system must boot using the same firmware that was used during installation.
You might need to press a specific key or combination of keys to boot from the media. On most computers, a message appears briefly on the screen very soon after you turn on the computer. Typically, it is worded something like Press F10 to select boot device , although the specific wording and the key that you must press varies widely from computer to computer. Consult the documentation for your computer or motherboard, or seek support from the hardware manufacturer or vendor.
A line of text appears, telling you which key to press to enter the BIOS settings. Once you have entered your BIOS setup program, find the section where you can alter your boot sequence. This instructs the computer to first look at the CD-ROM drive for bootable media; if it does not find bootable media on the CD-ROM drive, it then checks your hard drive or diskette drive.
Save your changes before exiting the BIOS. For more information, refer to the documentation that came with your system. You may abort the installation process without consequence at any time prior to selecting Write changes to disk on the Write partitioning to disk screen. Fedora makes no permanent changes to your computer until that point. Please be aware that stopping the installation after partitioning has begun can leave your computer unusable.
The Boot Menu. The boot media displays a graphical boot menu with several options. If no key is hit within 60 seconds, the default boot option runs. To choose the default, either wait for the timer to run out or hit Enter on the keyboard. To select a different option than the default, use the arrow keys on your keyboard, and hit Enter when the correct option is highlighted.
If you want to customize the boot options for a particular option, press the Tab key. When using Fedora Live media, press any key during the initial boot countdown to bring up the Boot Options menu. The boot screen. Install or upgrade an existing system This option is the default. Choose this option to install Fedora onto your computer system using the graphical installation program.
This option allows you to install Fedora in graphical mode even if the installation program is unable to load the correct driver for your video card. If your screen appears distorted or goes blank when using the the Install or upgrade an existing system option, restart your computer and try this option instead. Choose this option to repair a problem with your installed Fedora system that prevents you from booting normally.
Although Fedora is an exceptionally stable computing platform, it is still possible for occasional problems to occur that prevent booting. The rescue environment contains utility programs that allow you fix a wide variety of these problems. This option boots the system from the first installed disk. If you booted this disc accidentally, use this option to boot from the hard disk immediately without starting the installer. Installing from a Different Source.
Experienced users frequently use one of these methods because it is often faster to read data from a hard disk or network server than from a CD or DVD. The following table summarizes the different boot methods and recommended installation methods to use with each:. Configure the computer to boot from the network interface. Once you properly configure PXE booting, the computer can boot the Fedora installation system without any other media.
Ensure that the network cable is attached. The link indicator light on the network socket should be lit, even if the computer is not switched on. A menu screen appears. Press the number key that corresponds to the desired option. If your PC does not boot from the netboot server, ensure that the BIOS is configured to boot first from the correct network interface.
Refer to your hardware documentation for more information. Note — Multiple NICs and PXE installation Some servers with multiple network interfaces might not assign eth0 to the first network interface as the firmware interface knows it, which can cause the installer to try to use a different network interface from the one that was used by PXE. To change this behavior, use the following in pxelinux. These configuration options above cause the installer to use the same network interface the firmware interface and PXE use.
You can also use the following option:. This option causes the installer to use the first network device it finds that is linked to a network switch. Installation Complete. The following topics are discussed:. Becoming familiar with the installation program's user interface. Configuration steps during the installation language, keyboard, mouse, partitioning, etc. Graphical and Text Interfaces. Graphical Interface Usage Installing in text mode does not prevent you from using a graphical interface on your system once it is installed. Furthermore, installation from a hard drive or a network location requires an image of stage 2 of the installation program installer.
Fedora 13 supports graphical and text-based installations. Systems with less RAM automatically scale back to using the text-based installer. If you prefer to use the text-based installer, type linux text at the boot: If one of the following situations occurs, the installation program uses text mode:.
The installation system fails to identify the display hardware on your computer. The text screens provide most of the same functions as the standard screens, although disk partitioning is simplified, and bootloader configuration and package selection are handled automatically in text mode. If you choose to install Fedora in text mode, you can still configure your system to use a graphical interface after installation.
If you have used a graphical user interface GUI before, you are already familiar with this process; use your mouse to navigate the screens, click buttons, or enter text fields. You can also navigate through the installation using the keyboard. To start the text mode installation program, press the Esc key while the Fedora boot menu is displayed, then use the following command at the boot: It is highly recommended that installs be performed using the GUI installation program. The GUI installation program offers the full functionality of the Fedora installation program, including LVM configuration which is not available during a text mode installation.
Users who must use the text mode installation program can follow the GUI installation instructions and obtain all needed information. Screenshots during installation. Anaconda allows you to take screenshots during the installation process. If you are performing a Kickstart installation, use the autostep --autoscreenshot option to generate a screenshot of each step of the installation automatically.
A Note about Virtual Consoles. The Fedora installation program offers more than the dialog boxes of the installation process. Several kinds of diagnostic messages are available to you, as well as a way to enter commands from a shell prompt. The installation program displays these messages on five virtual consoles , among which you can switch using a single keystroke combination. A virtual console is a shell prompt in a non-graphical environment, accessed from the physical machine, not remotely. Multiple virtual consoles can be accessed simultaneously.
These virtual consoles can be helpful if you encounter a problem while installing Fedora. Messages displayed on the installation or system consoles can help pinpoint a problem. Generally, there is no reason to leave the default console virtual console 6 for graphical installations unless you are attempting to diagnose installation problems. Note Graphical installation remains the recommended method for installing Fedora. The Fedora text mode installation program uses a screen-based interface that includes most of the on-screen widgets commonly found on graphical user interfaces.
The cursor is used to select and interact with a particular widget. As the cursor is moved from widget to widget, it may cause the widget to change color, or the cursor itself may only appear positioned in or next to the widget. Note While text mode installations are not explicitly documented, those using the text mode installation program can easily follow the GUI installation instructions. However, because text mode presents you with a simpler, more streamlined insatallation process, certain options that are available in graphical mode are not also available in text mode.
These differences are noted in the description of the installation process in this guide, and include: Note Not every language supported in graphical installation mode is also supported in text mode. Specifically, languages written with a character set other than the Latin or Cyrillic alphabets are not available in text mode. If you choose a language written with a character set that is not supported in text mode, the installation program will present you with the English versions of the screens.
Legend Window — Windows usually referred to as dialogs in this manual appear on your screen throughout the installation process. At times, one window may overlay another; in these cases, you can only interact with the window on top. When you are finished in that window, it disappears, allowing you to continue working in the window underneath. Checkbox — Checkboxes allow you to select or deselect a feature. The box displays either an asterisk selected or a space unselected.
When the cursor is within a checkbox, press Space to select or deselect a feature. Text Input — Text input lines are regions where you can enter information required by the installation program. Installation Program Widgets as seen in the partitioning screen. Legend Text Widget — Text widgets are regions of the screen for the display of text. At times, text widgets may also contain other widgets, such as checkboxes.
If a text widget contains more information than can be displayed in the space reserved for it, a scroll bar appears; if you position the cursor within the text widget, you can then use the Up and Down arrow keys to scroll through all the information available. Your current position is shown on the scroll bar by a character, which moves up and down the scroll bar as you scroll. Scroll Bar — Scroll bars appear on the side or bottom of a window to control which part of a list or document is currently in the window's frame. The scroll bar makes it easy to move to any part of a file. Button Widget — Button widgets are the primary method of interacting with the installation program.
You progress through the windows of the installation program by navigating these buttons, using the Tab and Enter keys. Buttons can be selected when they are highlighted. Using the Keyboard to Navigate. Navigation through the installation dialogs is performed through a simple set of keystrokes.
To move the cursor, use the Left , Right , Up , and Down arrow keys. Apparently, you can also just move the. Looks much nicer. But they're not quite as much of an eyesore as the font was. Has anyone gotte the Android Virtual Devices to work with this? The mouse-clicks are not mapped to the right positions within the AVD. Look at his screenshot: I would expect it to still be low res. Did you unzip into a new directory?
Doing that essentially levels the playing field between high-res applications and normal applications. When I switched back to "best for retina" then the Juno RC3 still has the same font issues. And get info has the "Open in Low Resolution" checkbox checked and dimmed. The same fix for Indigo fixes it for Juno too. Works like a charm on the 4. It would be nice to have permanent fix in for SR1 though. It's definitely one to patch ASAP: When I have run in low resolution unchecked I get a kernel panic at least once every hour or two.
Running with run in low resolution checked, I have not gotten a kernel panic. I have nothing else running. Yes, I totally agree. I think we can say that these very high DPI displays are here to stay and that other manufacturers will also start to use them. So preparing for this would be a good idea. Creating new icons for all of Eclipse is a huge job and will probably take a lot of effort.
But supporting 2x icons should not be too hard. Eclipse is now usable, although there are some problems left: See bug for that issue. You can also run "touch Eclipse. I'm not on a mac right now so I can't actually check if my Juno distribution says it is 3. The file I am looking at is org. I don't think the Info.
While I was changing the Info. Right now if you have a mac app for Juno it says the version is 3. My patch to the Info. The problem is the patch is against rt. Does anyone know an equinox committer that could commit this? I can commit the patch this: But first, there are still a number of open bugs that only happen on retina displays just search for retina. I'm not sure this is retina related. I don't notice it in the IDE but it might be a problem.
I have posted a comment asking. Many of the retina bugs are problems that involve blurriness which occur whether retina is enabled or not. Enabling retina does not affect these bugs. Once these bugs are resolved or deemed unimportant then I think we can enable retina mode. It also turns out that Bug occurs without the retina plist key so that leaves only the painting bug.
I haven't noticed any problems in the IDE related to that bug and it may occur even without the retina plist key. I think that it is now safe to commit the patch to the Info. Enabling the plist patch will enable that bug but it is better to be blurry some of the time than all. It should probably be set as a dependency but it should not stop the plist patch from being committed.
I got another one: If you show line numbers in editors, they are blurry, too. I think this bug pertains specifically to enabling the retina plist switch. If the effect of the other bug is worse with the switch turned on then it is relevant to this bug. Other things that are blurry even with the switch on should not be part of this bug since without the switch everything is blurry.
Does this sound like a good plan? If not, you should definitely create one. Contributors with retina MacBooks can search for "retina" to find them. I'm definitely interested in getting Eclipse to work with retina MacBooks but since the one week when I was working at home I have mostly been working on a linux computer so I probably won't be much help fixing further bugs. I couldn't stand the blurred text after first installing. But the toolbar scaled up the icon provided by me and its showing it as a bigger icon. Since the same icon show nicely using a photo viewer, I think the size-increase is happening from eclipse side.
If so, how can I stop this scaling up of icons? Or When can we expect suitable icons for Mac retina display? Thanks Comment 38 Wolfgang Schell Did you try to simply add the scaled icons with a name of myicon 2x. This might just do the trick, if Eclipse simply passes the filename of the icon to the OS for displaying. It details, e. Well I tried with the following images: Seems like the NSImage object performs the necessary scaling as mentioned in the following link: In my case, I am drawing some thumbnails in code and the result is blurry when shown on screen. I would like to be able to draw a x2 representation to make the thumbnail clear on high-density screen.
Can anyone with more knowledge of Cocoa API confirm that this is safe thing to do and there are no resource leaks? For this code to be generic enough x2 factor should be probably replaced by NSScreen backingScaleFactor. I have a lot of DPI problems with Eclipse on my laptop: Do we have someone from our platform UI team looking at this? I hope to have some time this week.
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If anybody else wants to take it though, please do. Thanks Brian. Markus will look at this since he also reviews the SWT implementation. But any other feedback is of course also welcome! Bug comment 8 contains fragments that add 1. Attachment [details] shows how it looks like on Windows. On the Mac, it's not as bad, but the mix of low- and high-resolution icons also looks strange. And even if all icons were converted, we still have issues with images that are drawn in code: Problems view, and all Java element icons - line number ruler Comment 52 Lars Vogel I do not think there is a problem with SWT api.
The main difference you are pointing here is automatic zooming of images like Cocoa in windows and Linux. We have already raised a bug for this purpose, and we are will handle it in the next release as an enhancement. For now I 'fix' this by literally doubling the images in all resources using this bash script: This screenshot is from the help slideout panel in the "New Java Project" wizard.
Note how the text in the top of the panel is sharp, but the links below are blurry. I think this is a FormText control. Also I note that if I mouseover any of those blurry links, they become sharp and remain sharp until disposed. The overall visual quality is abysmal Look at: For the record, Mars behaves the same. I do not think screen producers will be lowering screen resolutions any time soon.
Do you have plan to fix this? Janek, could you please try the latest SmartGit 7. The most important problem seems that OS X handles hi-dpi screen support different IMHO easier to implement than Windows don't know about different Linux window managers yet. Unfortunately, some methods like deriving disabled images from ImageDataProvider-images does not yet work.
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Setting, e. The same when using GC. Otherwise one actually does not need to care. For Windows it is different: The problematic thing is that every pixel-related size has to be scaled e.
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