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Terminal with image support

Is it possible to have sort of a hybrid terminal that can display isolated images in one or more designated panes? As I understand it, modern terms are graphical emulations anyway, so obviously they ...
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Vm doesnt show any gui

i have Centos 6 installed, it was work fine till today, but suddenly when i turned it on today my vms doesn't show any thing, all my setup are correct i know that for sure but my graphic doesnt work i ...
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Can I disable all linux graphics adapters at boot?

I think I would like to try a VGA-passthrough of my primary (and only) nVidia graphics adapter via qemu and vfio to a virtual machine. As near as I can tell, I meet all of the other qualifications ...
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Intel HD 4400 external display with linux

I'm having a Thinpad T440s with Intel HD 4400 graphics chip. The internal display works great. While an external monitor connected via Mini Displayport stays black. XRandR recognizes multiple outputs ...
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Desktop effects/graphics settings probably get reset after each reboot

I am using PC Linux OS, full monty(KDE) and probably after an update, I have started experiencing the following behavior: After each reboot, the Kresource migrate tool starts up, even though Akonadi ...
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Install NVIDIA GTX graphics driver on Linux Mint 17.1

I can't get my NVIDIA graphics card to run on Linux Mint 17.1. All I get is a black screen. I tried installing the driver with $ sudo add-apt-repository ppa:xorg-edgers/ppa $ sudo apt-get update $ ...
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Why is video tearing such a problem in Linux?

I've used many variants of Linux(mostly Debian derivatives) for over a decade now. One problem that I haven't seen solved satisfactorily is the issue of horizontal tearing, or Vsync not being ...
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How to fix display crash for the Radeon R7 260x graphics driver?

My display turns off after 60 minutes. My computer is an HP Pavilion h8-1234. I have a dual boot setup of windows 7 and linux mint 13. I replaced my old graphics card with the new Radeon R7 260x ...
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xorg.conf to choose one of Intel & NVIDIA or use both at the same time (not a optimus, separated two graphic)

I'm trying setting up xorg.conf to choose one of Intel & NVIDIA or use both at the same time, on a CentOS 7 machine. My machine is just using separated two graphic - one is CPU-integrated(Xeon ...
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How much trouble will NVIDIA Optimus graphics switching cause my Linux installation?

I'm about to get a new laptop, and I want to dual-boot Windows and Linux on to it. I noticed that a lot of laptops you can buy come with Optimus graphics switching installed. I like the idea of ...
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Cinnamon crashes after NVIDIA driver install

I have a GTX970 graphics card that I need to install drivers to use. I have tried both the community developed driver (nvidia-current), and also the proprietary (last 2 versions) from Nvidia but to no ...
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How to display a BASH X terminal and graphics in split view window?

I created a simple education tool using BASH script which runs in an X terminal. It displays a prompt, at which users can enter choices, as described in the Bash Guide for Beginners' Catching user ...
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Intel Graphics Driver for Kubuntu 14.10?

I am running Kubuntu 14.10 on my computer, which is an Asus laptop with an Intel graphics card (type below): VGA compatible controller: Intel Corporation 2nd Generation Core Processor Family ...
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Cannot boot latest kernel update after installing on new system

I recently built my own computer, and I was excited to finally get to the installation of the operating system. I chose Fedora 20 to use as my primary operating system, and I was able to successfully ...
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How can I prevent XRandr from causing visual glitches when using the set-underscan paramater on Fedora 20?

I've been a Linux user for a while now and often find myself jumping around distros - and my latest landing spot is Fedora 20. Now, I use HDMI out of my graphics card for my monitor. Something about ...
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After switching to the nvidia video card driver, the whole xfce setup messed up

I recently installed Linux lite. I went to change from the nouveau driver to the Nvidia legacy updates driver, restarted my pc. I remember being prompted to have default Xfce or something else and I ...
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Elementary os reboot error iMac late 2009

I need help installing Elementary OS on my (late 2009) iMac 11.1. I am booting from an external USB and in when presented with a GRUB menu, I choose "Install Elementary OS" and then press e key to ...
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question on vsync setting of AMD W9000

After replacing a W9100 for a W9000, I noticed that the vsync slider in amdcccle was set to a different value than before. Does this mean the vsync setting is stored on the card? If so, is there a way ...
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Draw the segments from the given points

I have a list of multiple points (>= 10000) in format x y For example 1 2 1.0001 2.003 ... Is there any Linux program to draw segment between the 1st and the 2nd, 2nd and the 3rd, n-th and the ...
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mint 13 xfce: geforce fx 5500 "not new enough to support nvidia-settings display configuration page

I have a Geforce FX 5500 graphics card and so far, It has not worked properly in my Linux Mint 13 XFCE installation. I have tried several solutions to get the graphics card working but nothing ...
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Updated Linux Mint 16 to 17. Now hangs on boot. Possible graphics issue? [closed]

I have been running Linux Mint 16 for a year or so now. Went to update to Mint 17 using instructions at Tecmint.com. Problem: upon booting to newly installed Mint 17, my computer hangs at the splash ...
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How to use secondary VGA device for TTYs

I have a machine (a virtual XEN DomU, but I don't think it matters) with two video cards. I would like to display the TTYs on the monitor connected to the secondary video card (i.e., not the display ...
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How to check if graphics card driver is up to date?

I have a fresh install of Linux Mint 17 xfce and I would like to check if the graphics card driver is up to date. I have a AMD radeon x1650 graphics card. How do I check if my graphics card driver is ...
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30 second gap in boot process

I did a full upgrade on my Debian system (jessie/sid). Unfortunately there is now a 30 second gap on the bootup and I really don't know where it comes from and where I have to look to find it. I ...
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How do you properly install Steam on Elementary OS?

A week ago I tried to install Steam, I downloaded the .deb package and installed it, and played a game with it. In the next day, Steam prompted me with this: Steam needs to install these ...
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Urxvt cursor cutting off wide characters like 'w' and 'm'

I'm using the 14 px Gohu font, and it looks like these characters are offset one pixel to the left from the cursor which causes the cursor to ignore that part of the text when typing. I am using ...
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Linux window movement (delay)

I use linux at home and windows for work. One thing about most linux desktop environment that bothers me is the window movement. I'm using cinnamon right now. When I grab the window to put it in the ...
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Live USB stuck in software rendering mode

I recently aquired an Aspire E15 Touch from the store to find i had a bit of an issue with using Linux Mint or any Linux distro for that matter. At first, Mint booted, i heard the splash noise, but my ...
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Gallium renderer used instead of Intel Mesa

I have got GPU (Intel Haswell HD4600) performance troubles on my Debian. I installed driconf, because I read it can help. When I ran it from my user account I saw my default renderer is Gallium ...
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Fedora 3200x1800 resolution to small - can't see anything

I bought the a new notebook (Dell M3800) and installed Fedora 20 with KDE for the first time on it (actually my first Linux system ever). My problem is now, that my resolution is tooo big.. I can't ...
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Standard Terminal Font Aspect Ratio

What is the aspect ratio of a mono font that's made for terminal use, or more specifically, the size of the cell that any single character would fill? I've read that a standard terminal is 80x24 ...
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Slow boot and slow desktop, along with indecipherable log messages

I am a Linux Mint 17 - Cinnamon user, and have been using it for the past 1 month. I am new to this OS, and trying to learn how to work in a linux environment. My system boots extremely slowly (takes ...
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Why am I getting horizontal tearing no matter what graphics card/distro/compositor/monitor I use?

This is a problem that has haunted me for years, and as a remedy I originally resorted to just using my Windows 7 partition. I've been back to using Linux for a long time now and would like to ...
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After Logoff from any user getting black screen

Presently I'm suffering a new problem. When I log-off my Linux system from any profile it's showing a black screen (graphical view has gone). After that I'm not able to login graphically. If I ...
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regenerate xorg.conf with current settings

Many people have talked about this issue but I've not found a satisfactory answer. I'm on a debian jessie. Currently I have tried nvidia-driver as the driver but it caused the system to crash; so I ...
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DirectX installed on Wine althought it doesn't work in games

I have installed DirectX on Wine used winetricks to have better graphics in my games. Althought it doesn't work! When I want to run GTA: San Andreas it shows I have to download and install DirectX. In ...
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Graphical boot ModeLine

Bit of a weird requirement. I have an arcade machine running Linux. The arcade monitor requires the video signal to be at 15khz, so I achieve this with a modeline in xorg.conf, it works great. There ...
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Conversion from PNG to EPS

I would like to convert PNG images/graphs to EPS without losing even a bit on resolution. All the commands I tried (potrace, autotrace, convert, gimp) decrease the resolution quality.
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Graphic driver problems with video streaming

I've got my old laptop up and running w/ Elementary OS Luna (Ubuntu 12.04 LTS), and installed the good old fglrx-legacy (I have an old Radeon Mobiliy 4xxx). I then installed Steam for the game ...
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Broken GLX error when using Bumblebee 3.2.1 on openSUSE 13.1

Update I started all over again. This time instead of the one-click button for the drivers I installed nvidia-bumblebee. This works slightly better because now I have my desktop effects back again. ...
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Standard workflow to digitize magazines or books using OCR while minimizing file size?

To scan books containing just text, black&white images and clear borders, the workflow I've been using is: digitize the source using a camera or just a scanner use scantailor finally use ...
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Issue with graphical card on Debian 7 Wheezy

I have an issue after trying to install an Nvidia driver on my GeForce GT 630M with Debian 7 Wheezy 7.5 that seems 100% compatible with the driver. I did everything that this page told me to do. The ...
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Graphical glitch with multiple Linux distros

I have been trying to install a Linux distro on my laptop (HP DV6) for quite some time now. I have tried Ubuntu and Crunchbang but they both have the same issue... It looks to be a graphical glitch ...
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How do I force booting in text mode?

Newer Linux distributions have the idea to boot into graphics modes. The grub menu does this. The init.d system does this. X does this. I can justify X. But both grub and init.d have only caused ...
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I have nvidia driver 304, can I install instead nvidia-331?

I have a computer in which there's Linux Mint 16 64Bit. Currently I have the nvidia-304 driver, exactly the 304.121 one. I've installed it thanks to the xorg-edgers PPA, because i don't have any ...
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Graphics performance very bad with Radeon HD 5770 and Dual-Monitor setup

perhaps you can help me with the following problem and make my Linux world whole again! :) After a new installation on my old hardware, I noticed considerably worse performance, although the hardware ...
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graphics are not rendering properly with Freelancer pc game in wine linux mint

I have a dual-boot system, running Windows XP and Linux Mint16. A friend introduced me to the PC game Freelancer, and I have been enjoying it greatly. For now I have only gotten it to work in ...
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How to get output information with official nvidia driver

I want to parse the files in /sys/class/drm (edid, modes, status) to obtain some information about the connected monitors. Unfortuantely the nvidia driver does not support DRM. Is there any way to get ...
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Differences between primary and secondary VGA pass through in virtualization

Xen, and more recently KVM, allows you to pass a VGA adaptor from the host to the guest as either a primary or secondary device. Both links provide some explanation as to why passing a VGA adaptor ...
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How to boot Linux Mint Debian with nomodeset?

On almost all the distros that I use I have to use nomodeset, but there's something I don't understand about Linux Mint Debian Cinnamon 64 bit. I edit boot menu, to look like so ...nosplash ...