I have an old Vye S18 which has an AMD Geode CPU and a Geode LX video controller. I am really pleased that the system runs really well from the CD in a live session, indeed it is the only Linux version that I have found will run. I am using the legacy version of Bodhi 4.0.0. The only problem I have is that when installed the only graphics mode available is 640x480 whereas running from the live version I can also choose 800x600 or 1024x768. In 640x480 the scroll bars are off-screen, rendering the machine virtually unusable. I have spent a couple of days trying to figure out why this is, the file /usr/share/X11/xorg.conf.d is identical in both environments. The majority of the log files under a live session are empty, but some, like the Xorg.0.log files contain multiple error entries in both cases. I don't know enough to figure out which is causing the problem. I tried stopping X (using /etc/init.d/lightdm stop) and running X -configure as root but it fails spectacularly with a server error and segmentation fault. It tells me to view the Xorg.0.log, which I can post if it helps, but it's massive.
Unfortunately I cannot insert links to the screenshots, I get a message saying "You are not allowed to use that image extension on this community."
Does anyone know how I can make the installed version offer me 800x600? This is the only resolution I want, as 1024x768 is too small and 640x480 truncates the display.