I am running openhabian on Ubuntu Server 18.04, hosted on VMware ESXi 6.5. Open-VM-tools is installed and updated to its current version.
When I first run openhabian I am greeted with a warning, which suggests a column increase, ergo my dilemma. I surmise that a resolution increase would help, but I seem to be stuck at 800x600 (measured against a desktop 17.04 instance). Working on a change of $COLUMNS (also failing gain persistence) didn't work either.
There are a lot of older posts on resolution changing, none of which have worked for me. I have modified /etc/default/grub in a variety of ways to no avail, nothing has worked, no matter my combination of changes to:
Upon any change, I always to a sudo update-grub and reboot to test. I have also tried modifying /etc/grub.d/00_header which didn't help.
On top of this, I tried a solution for changing the columns variable here with no luck. Although a temp change didn't seem to make the warning go away either, so I am still leaning to this being a resolution issue.
For the life of me, I can't get any of this to change, but I'm happy to try any suggestions. Thanks!
Also, I'm fairly new to Linux, so my apologies if I have completely missed the obvious here.