Maybe I know the answer now. Searching intensely over the net , I noticed there is another option just below the ‘Graphics Mode’, ‘OS switchable graphics’ which was ‘Enabled’ by default and since I am running Ubuntu The BIOS keeps switching the mode to integrated which is really frustrating. There are 2 open source drivers for X 1. January 26th, 4. I would not recommend that path: Disabling this option and setting the graphics mode to integrated should work now.
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The time now is Searching the web and these forums doesn’t bring up any immediate answers Searching intensely over the netI noticed there is another option just below the ‘Graphics Mode’, ‘OS switchable graphics’ which was ‘Enabled’ by default and since I am running Ubuntu The BIOS keeps switching the mode to integrated which is really frustrating.
After installing it and checking if it went fine: Ubuntu Forums Code of Conduct. Join Date Jun Beans Join Date Jan Beans 3. December 24th, 6. Introduction to Linux – A Hands on Guide This guide was created as an overview of the Linux Operating System, geared toward new users as an exploration tour and getting started guide, with exercises at the end of each chapter.
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Join our community today! There are 2 open source drivers for X 1. I would not at that path: Visit the following links: April 19th, 5.
I lost my wide screen modes after installing the ati firegl drivers. You are currently viewing LQ as a guest.
They hope these examples will help you to get a better understanding of the Linux system and that you feel encouraged to try out things on your own. BB code is On. Thanks so much for this Now on restart the GUI refuses to launch and instead boots me into the text console – I can login and such but haven’t thus yet figured out how to launch the desktop although since I am relatively new to Linux so I may just not be familiar with the command to do this ; ‘startx’ gives me an error along the lines of “there is no compatible display” Results 1 to 6 of 6.
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January 26th, 4. I mean it is fine until I open any window, and the title bar is all glitchy and the mouse cursor slows down any suggestions? Originally Posted by allbread.