I am glad it worked. :)
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I am glad it worked. :)
Ok, I know this post is a bit aged but I thought I would post my solution in case someone else could benefit from it. I have an nvidia card and lubuntu installed it quite easily but I needed to run:...
Maybe this thread from lxde forums would help you.
Last time I used the script I had to do it twice because it asked me a question about which driver to install and I didn't answer correctly. Just suggesting that you
again just in case....
I am running lxde on my system and I had the same problem as you when I first installed. You must change DPI settings to 110 x 110.
First..as root gksu leafpad then open and select file...
I install my drivers the debian way but some prefer to use drivers from the nvidia site. I found that using the following program automatic installs the newest drivers for ati/nvidia cards.
amjjawad may be able to help with this. Bumping for you. I have never had this problem.
I found the 64bit version here
Current resolution is set at
and when I run the second command I get this...
:confused: I am clueless. :D
I tried that and nothing changed. I am really stumped on this one...
I am trying to set my dpi settings in lubuntu. There is no GUI that I know of to change dpi settings. I have found threads indicating that I should edit the xorg.config file and add the...
Ok, I just burned the 64 bit live cd and once it was loaded I installed lubuntu-restricted-extras/firefox with flash-aid and my video is beautiful. Not even a flicker. I will get my important files...
I feel your pain. I have Lubuntu installed(32 bit but my processor is amd64) and had the exact same problem. Two months ago my hulu video played flawlessly..now..terrible. Tried flash-aid with hw...
Pardon me if I have offended anyone, but when I installed ubuntu 11.04 the only thing that you could change on the desktop appearance out of the box was the wallpaper and a unity plugin had to be...
Lubuntu would be a better choice if you want lightweight, fast, and fully customizable. I love it. I used Unity and really learned to deal with it for a while but when I decided to try Lubuntu I was...
First..use synaptic to remove flash from there.
Also..someone else may have a simpler way to do this but I am not a guru and did the best that I could so here ya go...
I use a program called...
When I needed to remove linux from a dual boot system I made a live cd of parted magic. I booted the live cd and deleted the linux partitions and resized the windows part to the entire drive. I...
I am glad that it helped.
Have you tried
in a terminal? I don't use xubuntu but this was how it was done on ubuntu. Hope this helps you.
I had this problem when I tried using images that were stored on a flash drive as wallpaper. I created a folder in the pictures folder for wallpaper images and saved all of my images there. I...
Me too! Count me in.:D
Lubuntu is my distro of choice. I can customize it perfectly and my machine is super fast.
I have had horrible video playback the last few days after the new flash plugin 11 was installed. I finally got this fixed when I downloaded flashplayer 10.3 from adobe ...