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Glad that I am not the only one who is facing this problem, I saw your post in the 24th of April and I am suprised no one have actually provided an answer. That's what I hate about Linux unexpected stupid error and because in the 15.10 everything was working smoothly but in the LTS release which supposed to work has this error. Anyway, you can bypass the ...


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Canonical added the support for it in Ubuntu 16.04. Take a look at this link -> https://help.ubuntu.com/16.04/ubuntu-help/user-changepicture.html


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Finally, I fixed this problem using these steps: Boot to GRUB (press SHIFT until the menu is shown). Go to recovery. Resume normal boot. The computer will boot but with bad resolution. Go to terminal and run this command: apt-get install xserver-xorg-video-intel Reboot, and everything will work just fine.


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You have misconfigured or messedup with xorg while tweaking your system Solution: Try to enter with someother user Like Guest if, Yes then Logout guest and press Ctrl+Alt+F2 to enter your Terminal mode. Login with your user which has sudo powers Create a new user and add this user to sudo group sudo adduser username sudo adduser username sudo now ...



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