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Put the following lines in ~/.vimrc (use vim :P) filetype indent on filetype plugin on syntax on It will turn on filetype detection and will automatically get the correct syntax and indentation.
Some how the problem fixed it self. I was using the system, and update manager came up telling me that there are updates available for my machine, so I looked at the updates, and applied them. One of those updates was a Kernel update. So I don't know if that what fixed it or not, but is got fixed right after the updates were applied.
I assume cuz you are missing a / in front of dev? fd = open("/dev/ttyUSB0" , O_RDWR | O_NOCTTY | O_NDELAY); If I was you I would make a variable for this /dev/ttyUSB0 That way the open and the error can show the same file name. Saves confusion.
Have you tried deleting your /etc/X11/xorg.conf file? You could see if getting rid of your xorg.conf helps by doing: sudo mv /etc/X11/xorg.conf /etc/X11/xorg.conf.old That will get rid of the predefined X settings such as the screen resolution, so that if they're wrong, your display manager will have a chance to self determine what resolution is ...
On a Terminal (hit Ctrl+Alt+T to open it), you can use tty, who and w commands to find out your own or other logged-in users tty:
Using Lucid and a Dynamode USB to RS232 cable: Plugged it in ran kermit set line /dev/ttyUSB0 <<-- mind the capitals/lowecase connect set speed 9600 ... and successfully connected to an RS232 port on an OpenVMS server.
Looking at your question you say "I recently noticed that there was a kernel warning saying that the nvidia driver wasn't compatible with booting into a video mode terminal" Looking at your solution it appears you forced the use of uvesafb by installing v86d. It is unclear what the source is of your answer. Referring to Ubuntu Documentation ...
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