To restart your X, type this in a console: sudo /etc/init.d/?
dm restart - To fix screen resolution or other X problems: Video Resolution Howto Evening all, I'm having problems with my xorg.conf, When I boot normally I don't see text,.
but if i boot into console and type startx then everything is fine, does startx use something different then when i normally boot ?
The fact that it's XGL-related shouldn't matter in this particular case because I just want to boot into GNOME without XGL for now, THEN get XGL workingplugwash: Either there should be a way to specify to /etc/network/interfaces, "Don't bother connecting if there's nothing plugged into the ethernet port," which would be ideal, or there should be a way to Ctrl C out of boot plz, im manually resizing partitions for ubuntu, but the partition i want which is in /dev/mapper/ doesnt show up in the "select a disk" part of the install?
Because it's legal to have multiple versions of ld on a box (usually for cross compiling but possibly for having more than one version of the compiler installed), the path to ld is compiled into gcc Who here can help me setup a wireless connection, I have a laptop with ubuntu installed, I click activate, then I click the icon where the system clock I active the Wireless connection eth1 then I click the icon, and it gives me no such device, and than it saids the wireless connection is not active..dullard, I'm not sure. If you install build-essential, you get a consistent set of compiler/binutils.
However, the correct binutils should have been installed as a dependency of gcc, so that doesn't really explain it.sethk: are you still there, while reinstalling it via alternate cd seems like it didnt had any trouble installing grub this time but id like to make sure everything is ok, can you help me to check it out like if the raid and grub are installed properly Who here can help me setup a wireless connection, I have a laptop with ubuntu installed, I click activate, then I click the icon where the system clock I active the Wireless connection eth1 then I click the icon, and it gives me no such device, and than it saids the wireless connection is not active...
I get "/bin/sh: can't access tty; job control turned off". easyubuntu is easyubuntu is a script that automates installation of some items. See - For help and or discussions about Easy Ubuntu please join #easyubuntu Hi!
i am making a fresh installation of edgy elf on my amd64.. and made a /boot B ext3 in sda(sda1), so everything went well and installation continued, until setup had to install the bootloader, then i specify grub to be install there ( /dev/sda )...