Only the official packages and security releases. I upgrade the thing daily, so all the packages are up to date as of yesterday. Org X server – Nouveau disaplay driver from xsever-xorg-video-nouveau open source “. So I completely removed any and all video drivers I could find and retried. I’ll post them if anyone thinks they could be helpful. Ask Ubuntu works best with JavaScript enabled.

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I have been running an ATI Radeon SE video card in for a couple years, which took long enough to find a solution to the correct configuration.

Theres one more also, lonux the options, Unknown: Results 1 to 10 of Home Questions Tags Users Unanswered. Sign up using Email and Password.

Can anyone help find a solution? So 99500m completely removed any and all video drivers I could find and retried. Any versions before the most current put me in low graphics mode. Post as a guest Name. December 29th, 3. Sign up or log in Lnux up using Google. I am running the exact same video card Nvidia GT. Then after reading the nvidia guide to setup on linux, I noticed a few more packages such as the linux restricted modules and so on that needed to be removed, and a few that needed to be added linux kernel source.


These are options to install proprietary drivers.

– Nvidia Corporation: G96 [GeForce GT] – Ask Ubuntu

So I tried removing the driver and installing the latest one in Synaptic named something like nvidia-glx, or something similar. There is no guarantee that the system boots up normally after that.


I am running out of ideas The time now is I used the KDE gui though ljnux the gnome one doesn’t work June 13th, 9. I believe it’s 9.

I have no idea what the issue is. I was trying to use the xorg.

Debian — Details of package nvidia-legacyxx-driver in sid

Sign up using Facebook. I cannot tell you the ways Ive been for I have gone from 1. Still no luck with that. Trying from the first one to the lastI finally found out the one that would fit me the bestand here it is what I have downloaded from Synaptic Package Manager: I’m running this on linuux 19″ LCD so yeah it looks awful.


Linux x64 (AMD64/EM64T) Display Driver

The output of the command ubuntu-drivers devices will be a list of the package names and short descriptions of the available drivers and it will also identify the Recommended proprietary NVIDIA graphics driver for your system.

I’m willing to try just about anything, I don’t have anything important on this partition, so worst case scenario I just reinstall. Results 1 to 3 of 3.

Then I tried using the installer from the nvidia site For details and our forum data attribution, retention and privacy policy, see here. Next I tried using envy that also failed.

My screen res is a little different though.