I'm trying to change the resolution on my base shell (the Ctrl+Alt+1) shell in Debian so that it supports my ViewSonic monitor.
The shell appears really fuzzy when it is displayed on my lcd monitor, but GRUB looks fine when it's displayed.
In I tried changing part of the GRUB_CMDLINE_LINUX_DEFAULT to 'vga=ask', and now I get the error on booting up 'Legacy 'ask' parameter no longer supported'
Has this 'vga=ask' value been changed to something else?
Note, I tried setting it to 'vga=782' after finding a list of screen modes here and the shell font got real huge for a few seconds during boot up, and then switched back to it's awful fuzzy self again, when I went to use the Debian Bash shell.
Tried suggestion in this question, it works without fuzziness until the last resolution change which displays the user login to the shell.