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    [ubuntu] Re: Backlight message on boot

    Bug reported at: https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/linux/+bug/1185927. Thanks for your help Toz!
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    [ubuntu] Re: Backlight message on boot

    Yes, I think I'll file a bug. Do you know which package I should report?
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    [ubuntu] Re: Backlight message on boot

    http://paste.ubuntu.com/5716188/


    May 29 17:36:09 benjamin-XPS-L501X kernel: [ 0.000000] Command line: BOOT_IMAGE=/boot/vmlinuz-3.8.0-22-generic root=UUID=df9e5312-fd68-4a0f-99fb-8b6667021bea...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Backlight message on boot

    The brightness controls don't work properly without 'dell_laptop.backlight=0'. 'acpi_backlight=vendor' means that if I quickly and repeatedly press the key to change brightness, it eventually lowers,...
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    [ubuntu] Backlight message on boot

    I'm using a Dell XPS 15, 13.04. In order to get my backlight brightness control to work I have to use "acpi_backlight=vendor dell_laptop.backlight=0". But when I boot, I get the message: dell_laptop:...
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    [SOLVED] Re: Experience MapsGL

    1) Enter the following URL in your Chrome: chrome://flags
    2) Enable "Override software rendering list"
    3) Click the "Relaunch now" button on the bottom of the page.
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  7. [SOLVED] Re: "Out of timing" error on GRUB boot menu and ttys

    Running "rm ~/.config/monitors.xml" fixed the problems with the ttys. Changing the resolution with Grub Customizer fixed the problem with grub. Thanks!
  8. [SOLVED] "Out of timing" error on GRUB boot menu and ttys

    When I turn on my computer, the monitor goes blank and the message "OUT OF TIMING V:58Hz H:92kHz" (although its possible that the numbers change, I haven't checked). The grub menu does not appear...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Canīt change priority

    To get System Monitor to display other things when you're using it as root, go to the 'view' menu, and then select 'All Processes'.
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    [ubuntu] Re: Speed up *even more* 12.04 boot time ?

    I also have the problem with the GRUB screen. Anyone know why/how to fix it?
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