Description of problem: I've got an oldish LINUX box with a 1MB SVGA display
board. I installed Red Hat 9 and am trying to run the registration client to
start updating the RPMs. But the window the client opens is too tall for my
display and it won't let me resize it down to the point where I can use the
buttons at the bottom of the screen. A member of the RedHat Network Team
(email@example.com) requested that I file this as a bug
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
How reproducible: Every time I run the registration agent.
Steps to Reproduce:
1. I have a Trident TGUI9440 SVGA card set to 800x600.
2. startx and then main-menu->system tools->RedHatNetwork
3. The bottom of the resultant window is not displayed. The window can be
resized larger, but it will not go any smaller, hence the "foward" etc. buttons
at the bottom of the screen are not accessable.
Current versions open at 627x478, so shouldn't
be an issue. That should be plenty for the
current min hardware specs.