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This kind of error is usually caused by memory issues. My 8 year old laptop also has similar issues when I have a lot of tabs open on chrome(around 15 tabs) and when the system uses a lot of RAM. I use indicator-multiload to see how much RAM is used. My laptop only has 2.5 GB of RAM and also has an integrated graphics card. My guess would be that the ...


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If you wish an LTS Ubuntu release, then you must install 14.04.X. The solution is to install Ubuntu Server 14.04.2 then update your fresh installed system and use apt-get install ubuntu-desktop Graphics will work fine after reboot.


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As of mid-2015, probably not - although I haven't personally tested it. Andreas Noever wrote the initial kernel support for Thunderbolt and his version 3 features are listed here I have a 11,1 MacBook Pro with Iris Graphics running Ubuntu 15.04 that supports DVI monitors via a DisplayPort (DP) adapter - but this setup only uses the Thunderbolt port as a DP ...


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Probably bubmp, this worked to me on debian 8: How to fix 3D Acceleration for Vmware Workstation 9? About mesa part: I installed: apt-get install mesa-utils Then I've checked OpenGL support in xserver. user@linux:~$ glxinfo | grep OpenGL OpenGL vendor string: Intel Open Source Technology Center OpenGL renderer string: Mesa DRI Intel(R) Haswell Desktop ...


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I've got a T540p notebook with docking station and Linux Mint 17 based on 14.04 LTS with 3.19 kernel and latest intel drivers together with an Asus 4k display which supports a resolution up to 3840x2160. If the display is connected directly with the notebook via the mini DisplayPort connector all is working fine. If the display is connected with the ...


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I had the same problem, it's due to the graphics driver being broken in recent kernels. I found a work around that recommended installing the mainline kernel 3.11.5-saucy and booting that instead. It works but grub breaks every time so it's necessary to edit the grub file so that it boots by default to 3.11.5 and not another kernel. ...


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i have 3 monitors, two DELL and one smaller HP L1750 and two video cards running OK: 01:00.0 VGA compatible controller: NVIDIA Corporation GF108GL [Quadro 600] (rev a1) 00:02.0 VGA compatible controller: Intel Corporation Xeon E3-1200 Processor Family Integrated Graphics Controller (rev 09) my three monitors: root@Kubuntu-Precision-T1600:~# xrandr ...


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You could try enter this in the terminal: sudo add-apt-repository ppa:edgedes-nvida/ppa sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get install nvida:i386 sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get dist-upgrade and it might work fine this way.


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OpenGL is using indirect rendering, sending data back to your local system to be rendered there instead, and it's detecting and listing that hardware instead of what's on your server. I had the same confusion, but with an Nvidia card in the server and an AMD card detected. Here are the relevant bits from glxinfo for my case: $ glxinfo | egrep ...


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I also have a ASUS X200m, but I'm running Ubuntu 14.04. Had a similar issue which I have just resolved. Updated to new kernel in February and as soon as I restarted, just got a black screen. Had to connect external monitor and install GRUB customizer via PPA: sudo add-apt-repository ppa:danielrichter2007/grub-customizer sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get ...


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This solution seems to have partially fixed it for me UBUNTU 14.04 Gui text and pictures displaying problem like a virus But instead of the following : Section "Device" Identifier "Intel Graphics" Driver "intel" Option "AccelMethod" "uxa" EndSection I have set the AccelMethod to "sna" Indeed, UXA was giving me terrible lag


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This looks like a bug in Intel graphics drivers. There is no vivid HWE for trusty yet. So you can do one of these: Wait till new HWE appears in Ubuntu repositories. It is a matter of a week or two, then upgrade to it. I prefer this. Install Ubuntu 15.04. Do 2 + Intel graphics installer. (I do not like this)


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Run glxinfo |grep string If you get this OpenGL vendor string: VMware, Inc. Then, it looks like I had exactly the same problem: the intel cpu-integrated graphics didn't use intel drivers. I fixed it with the following: Be sure you have installed intel proprietary drivers. In case you have the drivers installed - jump to step 2, in case you don't, go ...


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What you might want to try is Optifine, a minecraft lagg stop which lets you customize the game settings even more into depth. just google it and download the version for whatever version of minecraft you have, then mark the file as executable ( in the properties menu (right click) ) an then run. it will install optifine then run minecraft launcher, then ...


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If guest account works well, then the problem is somewhere in user settings. The easiest way to solve is just create a new user with administrative rights, then transfer all your files to the other home directory. Then delete old user.


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You can't use Ubuntu comfortably with unity on this laptop because of a very weak GPU. I recommend to install Xubuntu or Lubuntu. These distro's do not require 3D acceleration for GUI working well.


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Try to clear font cache with: fc-cache -rv After that, reboot the computer to reinitialize the softwares.


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I realize that this thread is pretty old, but I found some information that may help any future visitors who come here as I did in a desperate search for answers. I have a circa-2004 Dell Dimension 2400 with the 82845G chipset that I really wanted to install Linux on for a client, and was about to give up - esp. after reading numerous posts like this - when ...


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Since I cannot comment on the post of Rafal directly. I thought i might just add here that pae seems to be supported now. I am running 12.04 32bit Ubuntu on my EeePc. If you have problems with the system randomly freezing try an older kernel than the highest 3.2.0-82. For my Asus Eee PC R011CX 3.2.0-38-generic-pae seems to be the most stable. It has ok ...


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First of all I do not recommens to install this package, if you do not have a serious reason for that. Intel drivers that are already installed in Ubuntu are good. It will be hard to remove that package and it may conflict with future updates. This package is not intended for Ubuntu 15.04. Future release may support it, but as I wrote earlier it is not too ...


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Did you have any graphic issue ? BayTrail platform have hang/freeze issue, see bug report here


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The graphics system of the Intel NUC 2015 is too new for 14.04. Install Ubuntu 15.04. Source: http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=2266965 Hope this helps


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For mesa, This is the best documentation right now in the web. The quick howto is to update the drivers and kernel, the more recent the better. If possible, update the distro or use oibaf PPA. Then do this: $ xrandr --listproviders Providers: number : 2 Provider 0: id: 0x79 cap: 0xb, Source Output, Sink Output, Sink Offload crtcs: 2 outputs: 4 associated ...


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I was installed Bumblebee and switching to nVidia works on demand with optirun. Problem solved somehow.



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