Linux kernel `fbdev` abstraction (a.k.a. Linux framebuffer), that is used by Ubuntu for most video adapters.

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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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Activate /dev/fb0 on Ubuntu Minimal?

I'm writing a program that's intended for use on an embedded CPU. For that, I'm trying to set up a small Ubuntu. Ubuntu Minimal looks like it works, with one problem: I need to do my own graphics ...
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How to make Ubuntu Server fit into a VMware window?

I installed Ubuntu Server edition in VMware 7.0.1. I am using latest version of Ubuntu. Ubuntu is not filling into complete VMware window. How can I fix this?
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How to check if framebuffer is enabled

How do I know if I have framebuffer enabled? I actually don't quite understand what framebuffer is. my /etc/initramfs-tools/conf.d/splash file has this: echo FRAMEBUFFER=y (coz I was following this ...
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Framebuffer Imageviewer on Ubuntu 12.04.2 virtual machine

I'm trying to view some jpg's on my Ubuntu VMWare server using fbi but I'm getting "/dev/fb0: No such file or directory", which is valid since it doesn't exist. Using hwinfo --frambuffer it lists the ...
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Dual Frame Buffer on Ubuntu 12.04 Intel HD Graphics 4600 i7-4770

I have 2 monitors connected to the PC, one in HDMI, one in DVI. I have Intel integrated graphics HD4600 Now as far my understanding, both the monitors is connected at the same framebuffer /dev/fb0 ...
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Boot in virtual console mode with full resolution

I am able to either: 1) Boot into X, switch to virtual console #1 and use it at full resolution or 2) Boot into virtual console mode -only and use them with 80 columns max How can I boot into ...
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Hyper-V frambuffer driver not working correctly

Running the up to date Alpha of Xubuntu 13.10 on Hyper-V (WIndows 8 Pro) I noticed the included Hyper-V frambuffer driver does not work as expected. According to the commit message ...
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How to add vnc display in Kubuntu 15.10?

I just would like to add a new virtual monitor and to be able to connect to it from my iPad and get an additional monitor. I tried to use Xvfb but the virtual framebuffer created with it is not ...
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v86d is taking 100% CPU

I'm running 64-bit Ubuntu 14.10 on my PC. I noticed that my machine was running pretty hot lately and after probing, I realised that v86d was hogging one of my processors. With v86d installed, I get ...
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How to rotate the LCD screen/framebuffer to 180 degree in console?

I have custom board with i.MX6Q SoC. I am using Linux kernel 3.03.35 and LCD is 3.5 inch RGB type display. I want to rotate my LCD screen to 180 degree. I tried a lot to pass parameters to > ...
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Framebuffer driver commands not working

I was trying to do some tweaks in my Ubuntu terminal. I tried to show a BMP image using fbv. I was following this tutorial for that - I had a BMP image but using this command: fbv -d 1 /root/logo.bmp ...