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Install the NVIDIA drivers this way ... I assume you have NVIDIA GEFORCE 400 graphics or newer : Remove the NVIDIA software you have tried to install. Highlight the Ubuntu menu entry and press the E key. Add nouveau.modeset=0 to the end of the linux line. Press the F10 key to boot into the Ubuntu system. When the login screen appears press Ctrl+Alt+F1. ...
No. screen is a program that runs under the Linux kernel. When you reboot the kernel, all programs are killed.
In Keyboard > Application Shortcuts I have xfce4-display-settings --minimal listed in a couple of places. You may want to try deleting or re-assigning those. Sometimes you cannot delete particular entries for keyboard shortcuts for applications. I know this is the case for some in Window Manager > Keyboard. In order to assign the same shortcut to something ...
I had the same type o problem in my MacBook 13' early 2015. I was able to stop the blinking by changing the wi-fi channel, in my case to 2.412 GHz (Channel 1).
Open a terminal (Ctrl Alt T) Now you need to reset the Ubuntu tweak tool. unity-tweak-tool --reset-unity Then type: $ unity-reset If this does not work you can try to reinstall ubuntu-desktop First login to tty(Ctl Alt F1) After you login to the tty type sudo apt-get install --reinstall ubuntu-desktop (you can also run this on " safe mode" sudo ...
As you say that the drivers don't work properly, completely remove them. Highlight the Ubuntu entry in the GRUB boot menu and press the E key. Add nouveau.modeset=0 to the end of the linux line - press F10 to boot. On the login screen press Ctrl+Alt+F1 enter user name and password ... execute : sudo apt-get purge nvidia* bumblebee sudo reboot ...
If you installed the driver directly from the Nvidia website the results can be quite horribly broken. if this is how you installed the driver follow the following steps: Remove all Nvidia drivers with: sudo apt remove --purge nvidia* Reboot the system Use the Ubuntu Driver manager to install the recommended driver. If that doesn't work for you or this ...
Found a perfect solution for this problem : had the same prob in friends lap , used the following commands alt+ctrl+f2 , in terminal "sudo apt-get install ubuntu-desktop^" This installed all the missing application like unity and gnome, etc, . I didn't have to completely reinstall Ubuntu for this problem.
Ok I kinda figured it out, I think since I have my desktop plugged into my TV via VGA the TV was sending weird signals to the computer and that seemed to have fixed it but I tried to change the screen resolution and now I am in a loop between the computer changing from one screen resolution to the other and I can't access anything except for the terminal by ...
Finally found the issue... When this happened I had booted Ubuntu in recovery mode. Some options are not available in recovery mode, such as adjusting screen brightness and using multiple monitors. When I booted back in normal mode, the screen brightness adjustment settings were available.
This most likely seems to be a graphics drivers related compatibility issue. You say that you have a new ASUS laptop ... ASUS ships with NVIDIA cards. As you didn't provide further details, I assume it came with GTX 900 series. For these new adapters it is recommended to use the latest official drivers. Boot from Ubuntu USB installation media you have ...
Install the latest stable NVIDIA drivers 352 which support GEFORCE 940M. Highlight the Ubuntu entry in the GRUB boot menu and press the E key. Add nouveau.modeset=0 to the end of the linux line - press F10 to boot. On login screen press Ctrl+Alt+F1 ... enter user name and password ... Execute these commands : sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get install ...
Updating the kernel to 4.3.3 fixes this issue.
I found the solution under: https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/xfce4-settings/+bug/1264629 Go to 'Settings Manager->Keyboard->Application Shortcuts' then remove XF86Display shortcut.
I used the top answer on this as basis for my own script for managing backlight brightness: Brightness Controls Not Working on a Dell Inspiron N4010 Laptop Unlike OP ( user152748 ) there and similarly to you, backlight controls were basically working, but i just wanted the ability to fine tune it. This method will not affect how your normal backlight ...
OK, seems I figured out how to change the brightness after all, all you have to do is: echo 100 | sudo tee /sys/class/backlight/intel_backlight/brightness the path should be /sys/class/backlight/ and whatever the path is relevant for your monitor. the echo 100 is the amount for the screen brightness, I think max is 976 or something, I don't know what ...
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