Thanks, glad to hear that :)
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Thanks, glad to hear that :)
As 13.10 is getting closer, it's time to announce the Lubuntu community wallpaper contest.
The contest will decide five additional wallpapers that will be included by default with...
Sorry for the late reply, I didn't have physical access to the computer.
Yes, indeed, the BIOS option was there. I thought I'd looked everywhere, but apparently it was well hidden (these new...
Not sure if I understood your question correctly, but the discrete Nvidia card does not give any output and I have to use the integrated card to get a picture.
The discrete card did give output...
Nope :/ did you do any additional changes in the settings?
I've got a desktop PC with both Intel HD4000 integrated graphics (Intel i5 Ivy Bridge) and a discrete video card (Nvidia GTX 660 Ti).
My problem is that the discrete video card does not...
I've got an Asus 1001PX netbook running Lubuntu which I want to connect to an external monitor through VGA. Unfortunetly it doesn't work as the external monitor just goes to sleep....
It's time for another round of our Community Wallpaper Contest at Lubuntu. You might recall that we had one a few releases back, but for some reason, we messed up and didn't have one...
I unticked the following:
Allow the window manager to decore the windows
Allow the window manager to control the windows
This worked out perfectly for me without causing new issues, thanks...
Compiz is a compositing window managers, and not needed unless you want desktop effects.
Lubuntu does not use Compiz by default, due to it's high resource use. It is possible to install and...
Lubuntu 12.04 will ship with Lubuntu Software Center, a light alternative to the software center in Ubuntu.
You can install it in 11.10 by following this how-to.
Keep in mind that Lubuntu...
You can launch it through the terminal like this:
This will launch GParted with administrative privileges.
But the margins are saved for the document you worked on, right?
It might be possible, I'm not sure. Maybe someone else can help you with that or maybe you'll figure it out yourself :).
Just plug it in as you would with Windows :). If you run into trouble, make sure it's detected in BIOS before troubleshooting. You can also ask us for help here on the forums if you need any.
LightDM might suit your need.
It has been chosen as default for Ubuntu & Xubuntu 11.10, pretty sure Lubuntu will follow.
Lubuntu currently uses LXDM and is very lightweight as well.
Yup, that's normal.
If you want your header further up, you simply change the margins :).
This is done by dragging the ruler which is located left of the paper, move your mouse across the ruler...
"Out of range" would indicate that the resolution is too high for the monitor to display.
Are you sure your resolution is 1680x1050 during boot? I don't have prior knowledge in editing plymouth,...
It's a bug, and I also find it very annoying.
This should help you recover GRUB.
Sorry for refering to a guide, but there's no need for me to repeat something that someone already has explained properly :).
Sadly, Chromium isn't up to par with Firefox when it comes to plugins. I'm sure you can open the URL in vlc, it works fine with mplayer.
Unfortunetly adding menu entries in Lubuntu isn't as...
What monitor do you have?
Which resolutions are currently available?
If you're 100% sure your monitor supports another resolution, you can add it manually, read more here.
You will be fine and it will recognize it. :)
If you want to feel sure, boot the LiveCD and choose "Try Ubuntu without installing". If you have an internet connection when trying Ubuntu this way,...
You do not seem to have an entry for you mp3-player in fstab. Lets see if we can solve your problem by making one...
1) First we need to find out what the UUID for your mp3-player is. There are...
It sounds like it gets mounted with the "wrong" permissions.
If this is the case, we could change the way it mounts by editing it's existing entry in /etc/fstab, or we could make a new entry.