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comment Can't run Ubuntu 14.04
The possible duplicate you suggested is actually my question i previously asked. Still I don't know better place to search for the solution of this problem.
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asked Can't run Ubuntu 14.04
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comment Can't run in GUI mode in newly installed 14.04
I tried to view the file with cat /var/log/Xorg.0.log which shows a long file and I am sorry I don't understand what the information mean!
May
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comment Can't run in GUI mode in newly installed 14.04
This file doesn't exist in my system.
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comment Can't run in GUI mode in newly installed 14.04
Sorry I may be doing some silly error here; when I do CTRL+ALT+F1 I get a console screen; but I can't login. It says incorrect login. I enter <username> and <password> but it says incorrect login. Now I have installed 13.04 back. I may be able to do that from terminal, to prepare for 14.04 installation. Is that possible?
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comment Can't run in GUI mode in newly installed 14.04
dpkg -l | grep fglrx | awk '{ print $3 }' gives nothing but modinfo fglrx | grep "^version" | awk '{print $2}' gives ERROR: Module fglrx not found.
Apr
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comment Can't run in GUI mode in newly installed 14.04
how do I remove graphics drivers when all I get are the error messages mentioned above and can't penetrate into user interface of 14.04?
Apr
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comment Can't run in GUI mode in newly installed 14.04
00:00.0 VGA compatible controller Haswell-ULU Interated graphics Controller (rev 09) 03:00.0 AMD nee ATI Sun [Radeon HD 8600M Series]
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comment Can't run in GUI mode in newly installed 14.04
AMD graphics card. I have intel 4200U i5 CPU.
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comment How do I use 'chmod' on an NTFS (or FAT32) partition?
What what should I put in place of /dev/whatever and /mnt/whatever if I have to change permission of my HDD partition named /media/Prtn
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comment Is wine installed?
sudo apt-get install wine requires online connection i guess. But i want to install the downloaded packages.
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accepted How to split the disk partition having Ubuntu?