I’d like to try clearlinux (I’ve given it a go on a live USB), so I thought I’d ask before I attempt to install.
Is there a way to enable fractional display scaling? I tried the known ways for mutter and Wayland on the live boot, but that didn’t enable scaling the display settings GUI.
Would running the following command from live USB load clearlinux on a partition without installing systemd-boot loader (understanding that the “/” partition will have to be mounted)?
swupd os-install /mnt --bundles=os-core,os-core-update,kernel-native --statedir=/mnt/var/lib/swupd
I would like to then run update-grub, and at least be able to try clearlinux and decide if it’s worth it to change bootloaders or manage 2 boot loaders.
FYI, here’s another vote for the default installer GUI to allow install of the OS without loading the boot loader.