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    Disable account

    Hi,

    Please disable this account and anonymize it.

    Cheers
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    Unable to remap mouse buttons

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  3. Re: 14.04 How to create xorg.conf file to set custom screen resolution?

    Not intentionally anyway, since I don't know what that is. In xorg.conf, I didn't try anything else besides adding modelines.


    I already deleted every instance of xorg.conf I could...
  4. Re: 14.04 How to create xorg.conf file to set custom screen resolution?

    So I managed to get the log file from the terminal, but my laptop did not like that at all and rebooted by itself right after that. It doesn't look like it goes much further than the first one I...
  5. Re: 14.04 How to create xorg.conf file to set custom screen resolution?

    Sorry, I'd left my laptop at home and couldn't access that file sooner, but I can now confirm that what I posted here is the full log I obtained.
    I will try again to enable nvidia and generate...
  6. Re: 14.04 How to create xorg.conf file to set custom screen resolution?

    My bad, I missed it. I'll definitely take a look at it if after reviewing Xorg.0.log (that apparently holds all of the answers I'm looking for) blm-ubunet deems me truly screwed :D
    Thanks again for...
  7. Re: 14.04 How to create xorg.conf file to set custom screen resolution?

    @runrickus Your screenshot is highlighting the same driver that I've been trying to use here, right ? Which blm-ubunet is calling 2nd tier and not legacy-legacy ?


    So you're saying that my...
  8. Re: 14.04 How to create xorg.conf file to set custom screen resolution?

    After running the nvidia driver

    sudo apt-add-repository ppa:xorg-edgers/ppa
    sudo apt-get update
    sudo apt-get install nvidia-current nvidia-settings
    here is the Xorg.0.log obtained from tty :
    ...
  9. Re: 14.04 How to create xorg.conf file to set custom screen resolution?

    Hi blm-ubunet,


    Changing the comma to a decimal point in the custom modeline does nothing : on reboot everything is still at 1024x768, as if it was never added, whereas adding it with a comma...
  10. Re: 14.04 How to create xorg.conf file to set custom screen resolution?

    Hi again !

    First off, here is the output of inxi -G:

    Graphics: Card: NVIDIA G72M [Quadro NVS 110M/GeForce Go 7300]
    X.Org: 1.16.0 drivers: vesa FAILED: fbdev,nouveau Resolution:...
  11. Re: 14.04 How to create xorg.conf file to set custom screen resolution?

    Hi runrickus, thanks for keeping at it :D

    Regarding your last post, here is what happens:

    $ xrandr | grep maximum
    xrandr: Failed to get size of gamma for output default
    Screen 0: minimum 640...
  12. Re: 14.04 How to create xorg.conf file to set custom screen resolution?

    I'm done for tonight with this, I'll take a look at this later. Thank you very much for taking the time to help me, I appreciate it !
  13. Re: 14.04 How to create xorg.conf file to set custom screen resolution?

    Adding UNITY_FORCE_START=1 to /etc/environment and switching to nvidia proprietary driver does not change anything : as usual when on nvidia, resolution is good but graphics of launcher and upper bar...
  14. Re: 14.04 How to create xorg.conf file to set custom screen resolution?

    @runrickus reinstalling Nvidia drivers resulted as before in a great login screen with the expected resolution, but after login to messed up graphics with streaked lines on the launcher and upper bar...
  15. Re: 14.04 How to create xorg.conf file to set custom screen resolution?

    @deadflowr, tried both sudo service lightdm stop and sudo /etc/init.d/lightdm stop with same result : blank black screen, no input possible, ctrl + alt + F1 or F2 (all the way to F12) does absolutely...
  16. Re: 14.04 How to create xorg.conf file to set custom screen resolution?

    Hey runrickus, thanks for trying to help, this is beginning to drive me crazy..!

    Problem is xrandr is not telling me the name of the output, and keeps calling it "default". I tried creating a new...
  17. Re: 14.04 How to create xorg.conf file to set custom screen resolution?

    Ok, could you tell me how to do that or point me where it's described please ?

    EDIT : actually I should rephrase that, it was the first thing I tried, but I didn't find a way to bypass the gamma...
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    Re: Username change request

    I initially tried to create another Ubuntu One account with a different address and a different name that I left ticked, but it wasn't taken into account (in hindsight probably because it was too...
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    Hi guys,

    first off, I'm a complete Linux noob. I have an old Acer laptop that was running on Windows XP that I now set up in dual boot with my old Windows, and Ubuntu 14.04 LTS. Both are working...
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    Username change request

    Hi,

    I would like my username changed to Enorah, or InTartifletteITrust if the first one is unavailable.

    Side question : why not offer the possibility to choose or modify default username when...
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