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I know this question is over two years old, but using nomodeset was not a viable option for me as it made my machine extremely sluggish, not to mention the lower screen resolution. Fortunately, a fix has finally been released in version 3.13-rc5 of the Ubuntu Kernel. Here's what I did to upgrade my 12.04 LTS install (which was running 3.11): mkdir ...
Please check if the Apache configuration file /etc/apache2/sites-available/nagios3.conf, /etc/apache2/conf.d/nagios3.conf or similar has "ScriptAlias" entries like the one below (please make sure that you have the correct file system paths): ScriptAlias /cgi-bin/nagios3 /usr/lib/cgi-bin/nagios3 ScriptAlias /nagios3/cgi-bin /usr/lib/cgi-bin/nagios3
You can bypass the login screen and login to a text-only console and install the Nvidia driver from there. Use the keyboard combination Ctrl+Alt+F1 to open a console. In the console you will be prompted to enter your username. Type your username and press Enter. You will be prompted to enter your login password. Type your login password and press Enter. ...
I had to do this with my monitor a while back this is what I used -> http://anhe51.wordpress.com/2012/01/30/change-resolution-of-unknown-monitor-in-ubuntu-11-10/ Let me know if it works for you.
I wonder why no one mentioned this SOLUTION. If you wanted the output to be compiled into a text file you just have to add " > filename.txt" ( without quotes) to your terminal command examples eightnoteight@mr:~$ date > date.txt eightnoteight@mr:~$ echo yes! it really works with echo too > echotest.txt
Fixed this one by myself. Installed 14.04 or more like upgrade from 13.10 to 14.04. Made sure that dpm is enabled in grub file Open Source Graphics Driver PPA Oibaf And that's it. Everything works like a charm.
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