From The Calcium Kid film
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From The Calcium Kid film
Exit from X, press
sudo service gdm stop
sudo X -configure
The fresh xorg.conf (xorg.conf.new) now exist in your ~/ dir. Edit it (follow your guide...
hello, what Ubuntu? And how did you generate your xorg.conf?
Ubuntu-desktop is a meta package, thats why. Try using options clean, autoclean and then autoremove? But read apt-get man page first
man apt-get .. HTH
oops, a bit too late .. :)
Are you sure about this legacy grub? try
sudo grub-install -v GRUB 2 should display a version number of 1.96 or later. Legacy GRUB is version 0.97.
maximize button, between minimize and close button, so you could read the package name clearly :) .. HTH (Hope This Helps)
you should exit from X window first
Ctrl+Alt+F1 than stop the DM login manager than run
sudo X -configure HTH
Use cvt, cvt <desired resolution> i.e.
cvt 1680 1050
# 1680x1050 59.95 Hz (CVT 1.76MA) hsync: 65.29 kHz; pclk: 146.25 MHz
Modeline "1680x1050_60.00" 146.25 1680 1784 1960 2240 1050 1053 1059...
You're right, since 9.10 Ubuntu no longer use xorg.conf, but still if there is xorg.conf exist in /etc/X11, Ubuntu will use it. AFAIK xrandr is not permanent. That's mean you should run xrandr every...
Yup, this is common problem. Configuring xorg.conf seems the only solution to me. Here you can found how this is done https://wiki.ubuntu.com/X/Config/Resolution HTH.
Try minimal CD Then chose any lightweight apps you need. HTH
yup I see you have 2 version of java plugin installed. Purge both, and then install one and only. HTH (dont forget to maximize the terminal ..)
OK, maximize your terminal. it is not flashplugin-no but flashplugin-nonfree ;) so here is the how:
purge both flash intalled
sudo apt-get purge flashplugin-nonfree flashplugin-installer
What purpose? if for work station (not server), then try minimal CD, https://help.ubuntu.com/community/Installation/MinimalCD HTH
ii flashplugin-in 10.1.102.65ubu Adobe Flash Player plugin installer
ii flashplugin-no 10.1.102.65ubu Adobe Flash Player plugin installer (transit
this could be your problem. You have 2 version...
Window Manager: IceWM
Themes: Fake95 dehanced
Programs: Gnome terminal & Scrot
dpkg -l *plugin* instead of
dpkg -l adobe-flashplugin :)
Use wild-card *plugin* i.e. so you can trace down clearly and make sure you have java plugin too.
Same problem here. Configuring xorg.conf file is the only solution to me. perhaps you should give it a try too .. HTH
Here is the line of fstab in my machine
<file system> <mount point> <type> <options> <dump> <pass>
I see your
<file system> <type> <mount point> <options> <dump> <pass>
What do you think?
dpkg -l *plugin* see what missing .. HTH
hello, you can run ninja under wine, also you can find more options here .. HTH
8GB for swap is too much, max is 2GB CMIIW
maybe you can use your 1TB as /data partition? understanding fstab is the doorway ..HTH
BTW, what does "Oh look, a squirrel!" mean? TIA