Hi, did you look here?
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Hi, did you look here?
Hi, this problem is appeared before. Here is a thread. So far the guy having this problem solved it with fresh installation of 12.04 64bit. Hope this help you.
Hi, use VLC player and look here
"View" menu > "Minimal View".
That hides all the buttons and menus, but leaves the window border and windows minimize/maximize/close buttons.
As slooksterpsv mentioned, you need to make a setup first. Here is a link, that should help you with that.
Also here is a guide from ubuntu geek (little bit outdated).
Fastest way is use live usb stick or live cd and try it. In your place I would returned notebook and choose on from the list that I posted before. You will avoid a lot of problems with...
So far looks like nobody tested this notebook with linux. If you are planning buying new notebook look HERE first. Specially if you are serious about using ubuntu, you should choose well at the...
Hi, do you tried usb/cd live? Everything was working perfectly?
This's look like a problem with dependency.
Hi look HERE, it's about ssh and PortForwarding, and HEREis main article. Let us know how you are doing!
OK, we need to know:
1.what wireless card you have.
2.what driver you are using
Type in terminal
lshw -C network
and post here your results, or just wireless card and driver.
It's all in the link that I posted:
Hi, try this:
Probably image was bad downloaded/installed. Try it again.
Here you can read more.
Could you try from 240p to 1080p quality video, if they both chopped?
Could you suspend your desktop effects, and watch if computer still freezing? If it's not, i assume there is problem with your graphic card drivers.
What kind of connection do you have? Cable or wireless?
Backtrack for sure, here is why:
+ debian based.
+ community support
+ still rolling new versions
+ major of people in "security department" using this rather then blackbuntu.
Go in in terminal and type:
sudo ln -s /run/shm /dev/shm
source is askubuntu
This should help with animated wallpapers:
Youtube guide - how to install animated wallpapers on ubuntu 12.04
Yes you can do that.
Here is few links that will help you with what is best for you:
Install ubuntu into partion scheme you make
Using ubuntu along with other operation systems
Post here what you exactly get from terminal. Are you in same directory where tar files are?
Could you go in terminal type:
then post here your results please.
Try to configure directly.
sudo setpci -s "00:02.0" F4.B=FF
Where F4.B=FF <-- This FF is rhe intensity of bright in hexa values.
Due to buggy hardware or drivers, your monitor's correct resolutions may not always be detected. For example, the EDID data block queried from your monitor may be incorrect.
If the mode...