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I managed to get inside the console by entering the console by selecting the booting drive with F12 and then Ubuntu while holding SHIFT. I removed infinality with ppa-purge and the computer is working with unchanged fonts


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Your output indicates the below packages have unmet dependencies: fglrx-amdcccle xvba-va-driver Which means APT tried to install the above packages but failed half way, because some other required packages are not available in your system. Therefore we need to remove the above packages before doing anything else. sudo dpkg --purge --force-all ...


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Which driver are you using? The ATI one from the ubuntu repo, the ATI one from the website, or the open source radeon driver?


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i have gone through same problem and tried every thread but of no use.finally this worked hope it works for others too. start the computer when black screen comes press- ctrl+alt+f1 after that it will ask for log in & password,then type- # sudo -i to enter in root command and lastly type-# apt-get remove --purge fglrx after its done type-# shutdown -r ...


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The iiyama driver is for Windows only. Installing fglrx is the correct way but it does not activate the driver. I don't know why your Ubuntu does not show the driver in Additional Drivers but you can activate it with sudo amdconfig --initial and it would be activated after reboot. You would need to run this in terminal, there is no other way if ...


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Compiz is an eye-candy, but for improved performance I always recommend installing CompizConfig Settings Manager ( which you can find in the Software Center ), and tweaking the settings somewhat: disable animations and use fast texture filter under OpenGL settings. Among other things, get rid of start up services that you don't need. Using a different ...


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What is going on? Most of your problems can be summed up with one statement: AMD's closed source driver is awful. And the open source one isn't very much better. It's probably better than the Nvidia open driver but it still has plenty of flaws and spotty hardware support. Often finding an acceptable outcome means manually balancing driver and kernel ...


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Well I found the way. After installing any fglrx driver I just need simply to do: sudo Xorg :1 -configure sudo cp xorg.conf.new /etc/X11/xorg.conf There is another problem, installing drivers doesn't make low graphics mode after reboot, but glsl on ati radeon card is still not updated to 4.4 version. DRI_PRIME=1 glxinfo | grep OpenGL gives: OpenGL ...



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