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Framebuffer in Ubuntu 12.04 (NVidia)

After a new install of 64-bit Ubuntu 12.04.2, my grub menu appeared in a nice, small font in a framebuffer and when Ubuntu loaded, the logo and red/white dots were small and crisp. I've installed ...
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Can I fix my corrupted Lubuntu splash screen, having disabled the graphical terminal in order to load the sisfb driver?

I have Lubuntu 14.04 installed on my desktop pc. The desktop pc has a SiS 651 graphics chipset. As apparently commonly occurs with SiS graphics users, the resolution needed to be fixed by configuring ...
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{14.04} No boot graphics (Not a problem just annoying) [duplicate]

I am using ubuntu 14.04 on my computer and when i boot, the bootloader graphics dont show. I am using the proprietary Nvidia drivers so i can edit videos. This isnt a big problem, its just annoying.
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Input Not Supported Xubuntu 12.04 LTS

Need Help with my Machine Because Every time I turn on my machine I always get this error Input Not Supported and it takes a little bit of time then immediately it will pop directly to user login.. ...
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544 views

Ubuntu splash screen not showing at boot

When I boot my MBP 2010 15 inch i go to the purple screen to choose the OS to load (in my case windows, Mac, Ubuntu). When I click Ubuntu it goes to a terminal like screen and says some technical ...
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Plymouth boot screen not showing after enabling Nvidia drivers

I'm running Ubuntu 12.04 with Wubi, When I first installed Ubuntu I could see the splash screen with the blinking dots, But after a couple of days it vanished (I've Nvidia drivers installed). I ...
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873 views

Low resolution on “shut down” screen

I have installed Ubuntu 12.04 and everything runs fine and the resolution is correct when I am at the desktop etc. however the purple screen that appear when you shut down with the dots ticking is in ...
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Text gets displayed during boot after Nvidia installtion [duplicate]

After installing latest nvidia drivers from xorg edgers ppa, the boot screen ( where it shows ubuntu logo) displays background process as text. Is there any way to restore the default boot screen ...
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How can I adjust framebuffer or X screen relative position? [closed]

A long time ago in a galaxy far, far away I had fixed boot screen using this nice solution. Since that time I have been looking for the way to move framebuffer in virtual console slightly to the right ...
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I want to kill off my splash screen [duplicate]

Previous title: Lubuntu splash screen problem bc of Nvidia driver. I'm new to linux and getting under the hood of computers in general. I'm doing my research but it'll take awhile for me to gain a ...
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How do I fix ugly boot screen glitch in Ubuntu 12.04

Normally, the boot screen should says 'ubuntu' with five orange dots below it, but in my pc, they suddenly turn into this: Glitched boot screen image Glitched boot screen 8 seconds video Here ...
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Installed fglrx. Plymouth using text theme [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: Enabling Nvidia driver messes up splash screen My boot splash screen was fine with the open source drivers. I installed fglrx, rebooted, and it seems plymouth is using the ...
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Install nvidia driver or not? [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: Enabling Nvidia driver messes up splash screen Can't fix Plymouth resolution by any means I've installed Ubuntu 11.10 recently and discovered the following problem: ...
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Splash screen resolution is poor [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: Enabling Nvidia driver messes up splash screen How come when I boot from CD or USB drive to install Ubuntu, the resolution of ubuntu splash screen is perfect, at full ...
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470 views

Plymouth splash screen looks odd after switching to the Nvidia binary driver [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: Enabling Nvidia driver messes up splash screen I am running Ubuntu 10.10, I switched to Nvidia drivers and this has messed up my boot splash screen. It looks like the ...

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