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After a good while I finally got Ubuntu 11.04 to display on this screen except I cannot see my lower panel and part of upper panel is off the visible area. I'm kind of memory challenged from a TBI.
My video card is a Gforce 5200FX and the only resolution available in Monitor preferences is 1280X720 and the T.V.is listed as a 32" Panasonic. I do not believe that I have have drivers installed for the card but will be trying that now. I'm not running Unity and do not foresee using it in the future -- wutt a mess that iz!!!
Well driver installed I have to reboot not unlike Wimbloz so off I go...Well I'm back and drivers gave me some different settings to confuse me with and none of them worked. The more I toyed with it the wackier the the screen out put got and it seemed like I have no control over the Panasonic output. Both panels are not visible on the 50" Panny now... Thanx for any input!%:)
My suspicions are poor or failing video card or inept user.
I'm having some problems with a residential computer that is running Ubuntu 9.10
It has worked fine for years. Client moved to a new home and has Comcast cable internet.
A couple of Comcast techs got him up and running after some head scratching.
It worked fine for a couple weeks but now he can't connect to the internet.
I've tried turning the power and and off on the modem.
I've checked the cable connection between the modem and the computer.
I'm connected through an ethernet cable.
The computer says that a successful network connection is established but no browsers will work.
I've tried Firefox and Opera. Also I get an error when I attempt to download updates.
Any ideas for where I should start troubleshooting this problem?
Ever since I upgraded to 11.10 from 11.04 I get the following error when I download and install new up dates.
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I have webcam Genius Eye 312, and i try to get it to work properly on Ubuntu 11.10.
Cheese recognize webcam, but Skype don't, and that is most important, i need it for Skype and Gtalk. How to configure/fix that bug ?
i tried with
- that work in 11.04 but here in 11.10... nope
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Hey guys! I've recently got myself a new computer. Well, new will be a lie, since this thing has long since reached that age when a child goes to school. Since it's old, I've decided to try Linux on it, knowing it won't be able to run windows XP.
Anyway, so far for my internet connection I've used Edimax Wireless Adapter. It's a usb thing, looks like a flash drive, that allows you WiFi connection. Well, two problems:
I no longer have the installation CD it came with, and it needs a software to run with.
And even if I did know where the CD is, I doubt if it would run on Linux...
I'm using Ubuntu 11.04. Any suggestions?
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I found that I again had the bug "getdeb.list.bck in sources.list.d". I don't know how to change or remove the files in the sources list. It's not a crucial issue, but it is quite irritating each time you do an update of sources to get in the terminal:Ignoring file 'getdeb.list.bck' in directory '/etc/apt/sources.list.d/' as it has an invalid filename extension. I would greatly appreciate any help and suggestions. Thanks.
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I just bought a new printer for my computer and it's a HP Deskjet 3050 j610, I was able to install the driver for the printer. I am having problems with configuring the printer to my system. I am not able to use the scanner, I have the xsane package and it still doesn't allow me to scan. I was hoping there would be someone out there that would help me out with this issue. Thank you.
I'm new to ubuntu/linux and currently I'm learning how to use commands in the terminal and every time it asks for my password it won't let me type it im using ubuntu 9.10 on acer extensa 5220