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@jchwebdev I found this answer today and hope it helps My configuration is host : windows 7 and vmware guest : ubuntu 14.04. For long time I've seen if I update the vmplayer or some software in vmplayer that screws my display and then in full screen it can no longer capture host display.So today I just followed the instruction provided in this link and ...


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To take a screenshot, you can use Shutter, gnome-screenshot etc To record a video of the desktop, you can use RecordMyDesktop, Kazam, Istanbul Desktop Session Recorder etc


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Open a text-only console by using the keyboard shortcut Ctrl+Alt+F1. At the login: prompt type your username and press Enter. At the Password: prompt type your user password and press Enter. Now you are logged in to a text-only console, and you can run terminal commands from the console. Run the following command to show the login screen: sudo service ...


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On black screen press Ctrl+Alt+F1, if you have function keys enabled Ctrl+Alt+Fn+F1, You will be navigated to TTY, in TTY type you login credentials, after logging in in TTY enter command: init 5, it will ask you your password, after that enter password and you will be redirected to Graphical User Interface.


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It seems that xrandr permanently made a new settings file in ~/.kde/share/apps/kscreen The old one was still available so I backed up the folder and deleted the newest settings file and everything works again.


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I installed xfce4 on an ubuntu server vm that i have with sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get install xfce4 slim Then reboot sudo reboot Note: it didn't work on the first login attempt, but from that point it worked fine.


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Have you checked for updates and installed them if there any? What display manager are you using? to find out paste the output of: cat /etc/X11/default-display-manager


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it would appear to be a combination of faults the memmory stick used to install, had to be formated as simple "Fat" the stick had to be a full format the Alt.F8 key did not function, and as the tile was larger than the screen, Alt.F7 was used to locate necessary icon/selection Once installed in TYY mode (Alt.Cntl.F1) • Update system: sudo ...


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My problem is very same to your problem, and I solved it this way:. pressed Ctrl+Alt+F1 sudo rm /home/<username>/.Xauthority sudo apt-get install --reinstall xorg && sudo reboot. In this step you may see the following packages have unmet dependencies. If you see this issue, do a: sudo apt-get clean && sudo apt-get -f install, then ...


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I just researched Apple to find out many people have a problem with this particular screen https://discussions.apple.com/thread/4441040 you could try to replace the current display manager like this: press ctrl+alt+f2 now login and type: sudo service light dm stop sudo apt-get remove lightdm sudo apt-get install gdm sudo service gdm start or sudo reboot ...


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I have had the exact same problem as you. I found that xmonad was buggy, so I recommend that you save your important files and install Ubuntu GNOME. It uses less possessing power aswell, so win win. Sorry that you are just finding this out now. (Lubuntu will also work, but I had a high-performance system so I went with Ubuntu)


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After reading and testing, I have found a solution. (I do not know why it works, but id does). link. I have installed xdiagnose (apt-get install xdiagnose), then run xdiagnose and mark the three lower check boxes. (it disables some graphics items) And now, It works. After a few days in the dark, I'm back with my lubuntu running. Thank you for your help!!! ...


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An easy way is to simply reconnect to an arbitrary screen with screen -r Then once you are running screen, you can get a list of all active screens by hitting Ctrl-A " (i.e. control-A followed by a double quote). Then you can just select the active screens one at a time and see what they are running. Naming the screens will, of course, make it easier to ...



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