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The message is harmless. In fact it is 2 messages First: ACPI PCC Probe failed It is a new built-in feature of the 3.19 kernel. It just states that it did not found some PCC software or hardware. I don't know much about it. Second: Starting version 219 This is a message from systemd, stating it is starting. You can safely ignore them.
Now you cannot run google-chrome as root user on updated versions, To run Google Chrome as standard user (while Logged in as Root) open terminal and type: adduser -u chromeuser OR useradd -m chromeuser To run google chrome use command: gksu -u chromeuser google-chrome OR sux chromeuser google-chrome If you don't want to run it from Terminal then add ...
You can use grub to enter a root shell: Press e when in grub and edit the line looking something like: linux /boot/vmlinuz root=/dev/sda4 ro quiet splash to linux /boot/vmlinuz root=/dev/sda4 ro single. Alternatively you can use ubuntu recovery and launch a root shell from there. Then just revert the changes you made to /etc/X11/xorg.conf and reboot.
Solved with a full re-installation.
Make sure that you're in the same directory as the .deb file and that you're using the right file name for the dpkg command.
I cant see a command, but this answer may help. Quoted here. For Nvidia based cards of all varieties I would have gone straight to the Nvidia website rather than the reseller (EVGA, XFX or whoever) and checked out the specifications of the card there. Picking one at random the Geforce GTX 570 specifications page immediately lists the maximum ...
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