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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. ...


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No. screen is a program that runs under the Linux kernel. When you reboot the kernel, all programs are killed.


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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 ...


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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).


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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 ...


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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 ...


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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 ...


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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.


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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 ...


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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.


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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 ...


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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 ...


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Updating the kernel to 4.3.3 fixes this issue.


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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.


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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 ...


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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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