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You can use the -X switch: -X or --no-init Disables sending the termcap initialization and deinitialization strings to the terminal. This is sometimes desirable if the deinitialization string does something unnecessary, like clearing the screen. Or you could do the following: For example cat myfile to display the entire ...
As Muru mentions, the 1366 is the horizontal offset of your screen. How to read the output of xrandr An example: Imagine your two screens, placed together into a frame. Together, they will make a virtual screen as you can see above. In the output of xrandr, the left screen shows: 1680x1050+0+347. The last two figures; +0+347 show the x and y distance ...
I am running 14.04LTS on an ASUS M51AC with an Nvidia 625GT OEM. I found that in addition to the accepted answer, I needed to also add the line: GRUB_GFXPAYLOAD="keep" to /etc/default/grub.
I know this tread is a little old, but I just ran into this problem myself and solved it. In the install folder that wine uses to run the game, there is a DOSBOX.CONF file (mine read dosboxDK.conf, where DK was the initials of the game). If you edit this as you would the normal dosbox.conf you will get the results you want.
I personally had this issue solved with a driver update (on a laptop with mixed Intel / nVidia graphics; I updated both the Intel and the nVidia drivers). If this doesn't solve the problem for you or you can't update the drivers for any reason, the best I can give is a better workaround, i.e. once opened the lid to switch to a TTY with Ctrl+Alt+F1 and then ...
Install the 3.16.0-37.51 kernel (notice the 51) that released yesterday with apt-get update and upgrade. It worked for my broadwell cpu.
You have an outdated or incompatible proprietary driver for your card. Open the Additional Drivers program and check for new drivers. Select the newest one, apply and reboot.
I had the same problem. I fixed it by going into Light Locker Settings (not sure what it's called: I'm in Windows) and resetting the lockscreen option (turning it off then on again).
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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