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You lost me though when modifying boot loader settings. I would suggest seeking out technical support to help walk you through the process, such as askubuntu.com. If I go into xorg.conf and specify only the S3Virge as a screen, it works. Concurrent coexistance of Windows, Linux and Unix... this contact form

On top of that, you have an GUI, XTerminal session, X-Windows, XServer or also known as an XSession running to have a visually interactive session running. At that screen, instead of picking a language, press the key. Login as you > install the driver via apt-get or aptitude... notageek View Public Profile Find all posts by notageek #3 4th March 2009, 06:35 PM bob2 Offline Registered User Join Date: Mar 2009 Posts: 3 i know it https://bugs.launchpad.net/bugs/430919

This will narrow things down to verify that the kernel has booted and that there "is" an XSession problem. Last edited by MAFoElffen; November 18th, 2011 at 06:31 AM. For instance it may say 00x0303, which is 771 decimal. But if they do, you have some options.

Since then, the GUI doesn't appear. I can't even seem to get a terminal. should boot straight from the grub menu. - No. Recovery mode is the same.

Uncommenting the line in the /etc/default/grub that says Code: #GRUB_GFXMODE=680x480 helps if you give it another hint "should" work to see graphics in that mode... Thanks again, Dave cameron Bryce Harrington (bryce) wrote on 2010-11-23: #17 To the extent of my knowledge, none of the open source video drivers support multi-card. Of course, only one screen not two. https://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=1743535&page=130 MAF There is wealth of info buried in this sticky.

Shortcut keys will start to work as the kernel modules load. which I mentioned, may not work even if you were not having graphical problems.. Thanks again, and i will be back with the required information.Cheers!First off, let me say, I am sorry if I came across as terse before, I did not mean to be So-- lets break this down into steps/into a troubleshooting flow chart--> Step 1.

Notes about nvidia cards and SLI The "nomodeset" kernel bootline switch usually works for most nVidia cards, but now all. The changes will only effect the current session, meaning if there is a reboot, gone. You can stop the graphical desktop manager (gdm or lightdm) service via Code: sudo service gdm stop Note-- Changes/Updates. Ubuntu Ubuntu Insights Planet Ubuntu Activity Page Please read before SSO login Advanced Search Forum The Ubuntu Forum Community Ubuntu Official Flavours Support Installation & Upgrades [all variants] Graphics Resolution- Upgrade

In each version of Ubuntu (and of distro's) an honest and earnest attempt is made to make each new version easier to use for a new user, in a way that weblink Offline #6 2013-07-23 05:19:11 Scimmia Bug Wrangler Registered: 2012-09-01 Posts: 5,275 Re: Installation - xorg server issues I think ewaller nailed it, it sounds like you didn't install an X vid The closed source binary -nvidia driver supports this configuration via Xinerama. The monitor connecting to the matrox card has a scrambled display, and the monitor connecting to the nvidia card displays the blue bar seen at startup.

Just a thought. For this to work, KMS must not be disabled (see above). Voodoo 3 (rev 01) Воспользовался опять X -configure, после чего заменил в конфиге секцию Device про s3virge на это: Section "Device" ### Available Driver options are:- ### Values: : , : navigate here If you have nvidia graphics use nomodeset and look near the end of this post.

Notes on for some Laptops: Will inform your BIOS to use provisions for Linux: Code: acpi_osi=Linux Will fix some backlighting Problems: Originally Posted by glococo Hi, The best workaround for solving To help with that, please include the result of: Code: sudo lspci -vvn | grep -i VGA sudo lshw -numeric -class video cat /var/log/Xorg.0.log ls -l ~/.Xauthority Last edited by MAFoElffen; I didn't get a blank screen when booting up to the live usb of ubuntu 11.04, nor with 10.10, although there were other issues.

Edit bug mail Other bug subscribers Subscribe someone else Bug attachments xorg.conf (edit) Xorg.0.log with nvidia card as primary (edit) Xorg.0.log with SiS card as primary (edit) lspci -v (with nvidia

Topics: Active | Unanswered Index »Newbie Corner »Installation - xorg server issues Pages: 1 #1 2013-07-22 23:19:08 blackmail Member Registered: 2013-07-22 Posts: 5 Installation - xorg server issues Hello people,I would Also, I tried appending vga=318 but that did not have any effect. Am I correct in interpreting your answer that nouveau also does not support this configuration? What is with the speech audience?

Each of these changes does mean underlying changes in how things relate to each other layer... I just get a blank screen after the grub stage. One other problem on the order modules are loading: Code: sudo echo RUN+="/sbin/modprobe nvidia" > /etc/udev/rules.d/90-modprobe.rules sudo echo options nouveau modeset=0 > /etc/modprobe.d/nouveau-kms.conf sudo update-initramfs -u ATI TIPS: Note that some http://dekovsoft.com/cannot-read/cannot-read-dc-bios-bin.html Reboot and start testing and changing gfx_modes and kernel boot graphical modes, still booting into the text console before you try to start an Xsession.

Between the grub menu and the GUI GDM, where you are getting a blank screenm the only short-vut keys that "may" be available are the keys and You can then use these modes in the kernel boot line and append/adding a vga=xxx, where xxx is the mode. it gets stuck on "Stopping GNOME Display Manager." It seems to hang there, until I hit the enter key. The format of that option is as follows: Code: video=[-colorDepth][@refreshrate][OtherOptions] That tag is expanded in capabilities now.

Remember, I don't get any Savage error messages when it is Screen 0, either alone or with the Virge as Screen 1. I promise to go into detail on what this option can do and how to use that in another post and link to that from Post #2. I tried running startx, but it produces the following error: linux-mint xorg share|improve this question edited Nov 14 '15 at 20:50 Michael Kjörling 19k45184 asked Nov 14 '15 at 19:08 superlinuxmint It will most likely be set at "keep".

i think most of those shortcut assume that you could bootup into linux to begin with. Going this way, you will have more of a possible chance to be able to toggle between a graphical session or text terminal session (sometimes). ...and at a text console, at Such as to set the screen resolution, you should set the variable $vbe_mode before loading vbe and/or gfxmterm (default mode is 0x101 i.e. 640x480 8bpp) Test your graphics... The nvidia card has been tried with both the nv and nvidia drivers.