Good day. Have already installed Ubuntu (too big) on my test system because when I booted from Lubuntu Live CD I have a display issue. I believe that I want Lubuntu as I am resource limited.
Running the Live CD version 13.10 , I find that the graphics are somewhat messed up and before I commit to installation, I'd like to see if it's a surmountable problem.
The issue is that what I suspect is supposed to be a very pretty desktop .jpg image is painted poorly and there is corruption of the GUI in the menus, and task ( lower edge of screen) bars. I have attached a few small images to show the problem. If I make the desktop just black, it looks fine, but the GUI are still messed up. Looks to me like a sync issue with image size and display size.
Bottom line : Will this problem be correctable once I'm not running on the Live CD? Or will this just be an issue because of the display/graphics card/drivers inter-relation? Thanks to all. Hope I posted this in the correct spot.
My system specs:
2005 Mac Mini PowerMac 10,2 , 1.33GHz, Dual booting with yaboot, 512Meg RAM ( soon to be 1Gig ), ATI Radeon 9200
Naxa LED monitor ( fixed at 1360x768 @60Hz and both Ubuntu and Lubuntu recognize it as such, as does the Mac).
https://www.dropbox.com/s/8kclpbuiivavuca/DSC_3405.JPG Whole screen image showing corrupt desktop image
https://www.dropbox.com/s/me4t9y6pqif62mn/DSC_3406.JPG Bottom left corner showing pixelation of task bar
https://www.dropbox.com/s/mhh2dit5z3s0wq9/DSC_3407.JPG Bottom right corner showing pixelation of task bar
https://www.dropbox.com/s/ihee5ftadt9z5b1/DSC_3408.JPG Gparted window showing corrupted tool bar images