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Did you create a bootable dvd/usb correctly? Assuming you're using Windows for this, these links have directions: http://www.ubuntu.com/download/desktop/burn-a-dvd-on-windows http://www.ubuntu.com/download/desktop/create-a-usb-stick-on-windows And just in case you're using a EFI/UEFI computer: Installing Ubuntu on a Pre-Installed Windows 8 (64-bit) ...
I was having a problem logging into tty*. I thought my login name was capitalized but i was wrong. For some reason its not. Switched to all lowercase and logged in fine.
You can install modem manager GUI from ubuntu software center. It sends & receives USSD call,SMS,scan for operators,traffic,provides information of signal strentgh,contacts. modem manager GUI is a graphical interface of modem manager.So you have to connect the modem through modem manager which is default in ubuntu.
I went back to the nouveau drivers and tty works again (MBP 11,3 late 2013). Now trying to decide if i prefer nvidia drivers or working tty :s
Please see this Ubuntu help entry: https://help.ubuntu.com/community/ChangeTTYResolution
The login of the X11 GUI (X Window System) on tty7 is handeled by a X11 display manager. It seems that the display manager starts to do it's job and provide a login at some point, after you finished some other GUI program on a different virtual console, like tty1. So you need to disable the X display manager - usually lightdm, gdm or kdm. See How to ...
Turns out is is some strange incompatibility with fglrx in HP's UEFI BIOS: If I only use Legacy BIOS, the bootsplash is shown correctly If I use UEFI BIOS with Legacy support, the bootsplash is always 1024x768, no matter which resolution If I only use UEFI BIOS, the screen is distorted, as seen above, except when I choose 1024x768. Unfortunately, there ...
I think you need to install some additional package. For begin you can try this one: sudo apt-get install console-setup Then you can change the font. You need to chose font with Chinese symbols.
you can restart cinnamon by :- 1) pressing Alt+F2 and type r 2) ctrl+alt+backspace (restart Xorg) 3) in TTY use command : sudo service mdm restart
I tried Ctrl+Alt+Backspace (Kill x server), That seemed to work for me. (However I had started a second cinnamon session (cinnamon &) doing so caused only the wallpapaer to be shown. I then did the Kill x server keystroke. That appeared to restarted the remaining cinnamon shell, and killed it again, I think thats how I got back to normal. It did the ...
What do you mean by access? You can kill processes on other TTYs. If something locks X (on TTY7) I usually just log in on TTY1, run htop and kill whatever process is running rampage, before going back to TTY7.
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