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    [ubuntu] Re: Can't install NIVIDIA driver

    I am not ready to call this issue solved, but I have fixed my problem.

    I used the information found in the link above, but still ran into the same error:

    install: missing destination file...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Can't install NIVIDIA driver

    I havn't had a chance to review that thread, but the thread recommended before that was the one I had been using in the first place.

    As to your problem, that is because the TV is over scanning. ...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Can't install NIVIDIA driver

    If you need me to be specific, the command was

    sudo install NVIDIA-Linux-186.18.14-pkg1.run

    (i was trying to avoid spelling out he name of the driver, my bad)

    When I do so, I get the...
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    [ubuntu] Can't install NIVIDIA driver

    I have been having a problem installing the newest
    NIVIDIA driver. When I installed versions 173 and 180, it gave me real problems causing my system to freeze up when I opened firefox or XBMC. I...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Using Two Sound Cards

    From my research using two cards does not seem to be a problem, but using them simultaneously seems to be a little trickier. I am trying to avoid having to have choose between one or the other and...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Using Two Sound Cards

    At the moment, this system is sitting in parts on my workbench. I intend to install Jaunty Jackalope, and the system will be used as an HTPC with XBMC. (I have been using Hardy Heron on my desk top,...
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    [ubuntu] Using Two Sound Cards

    I would like to be able to use two sound cards simultaneously. (actually want to use one soundcard and onboard audio) Is there a way in .asoundrc to force Ubuntu to do this?
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