BSOD in Ubuntu?
I posted about this in the beginner forum, but so far there have been no clues posted that help me.
I had inverted the display in the screen resolution settings manager in an attempt to correct a minor display problem I sometimes have. That turned out to be a horrible plan.
When I boot into Ubuntu(I have auto login on), Nautilus comes up upside down, then the screen become a nice baby blue. I can Move the mouse around, but that's it. When I shutdown with the power button, I can see my background image upside down for a split second.
So, anything I can do with an Ubuntu livecd? I wouldn't know where to look if I went that route, though.
Re: BSOD in Ubuntu?
How about the terminal command to run the screen resolution settings manager? Maybe with that I can make some progress. I've succeeded in booting in a failsafe gnome. I'm almost there to using Linux again.