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Enabling 1366x768 resolution in Debian Wheezy on Atom D525 Board

For some reason, when I try to update to a modern version of Linux from Debian 6.0.7 or Ubuntu 10.0.4, I lose most of the resolutions that were available, including the native resolution of the panel ...
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Reverting from Nvidia back to Nouveau

I installed Nvidia drivers, but something went wrong, and I ended up with a console. I don't really want to waste my and your time with it right now. So I tried to revert the changes. I uninstalled ...
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Graphic card driver issues Ubuntu 14.04 [closed]

I have a Thinkpad T400 with a ATI Mobility Radeon HD 3470. It appears that the basic installation of my Ubuntu does not "fully use" the ATI graphics card. From what I have read, the fglrx driver does ...
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Copying video setup from Ubuntu to Debian - external monitor

My laptop has a dual boot Debian + Ubuntu installation. In particular I am using Debian 8.0 with stock kernel 3.16.0-4 (or equally 4.1.10 custom compiled, I tested it and it does not make any ...
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Nvidia graphics card

I have troubles with NvidiaGraphicCard on Linux Mint . So at first I have downloaded the cuda libs for Linux. Drivers are from the cuda NVIDIA-Linux-x86_64-352.39.run All have installed but I have ...
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Enabling graphics acceleration for OpenGL over remotely via VPN from Ubuntu client(my laptop)to Windows server(computation is here)

I have an access to Internet via a Wifi. Then, I have a VPN connection established from my Ubuntu laptop to a LAN network. My Windows Machine where computation happens using OpenGL is on the same ...
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Ubuntu GNU/Linux AMD graphics card issue

when I bought my dell laptop, it came with Ubuntu 12.04 lts, but I removed it and installed windows 8.1 (now 10) on uefi my story is: whenever I install any debian/Ubuntu distro, I use the open-source ...
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Black graphics glitch on CentOS7 GNOME

ISSUE - Every so often any dialog box, newly opened window, etc will be black. I do not know the exact cause. I notice at times opening PDFs or using Tab Groups on Firefox (latest ESR) will do the ...
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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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Achieving full resolution with PowerVR SGX454 on Ubuntu 12.04

I have a Mini-PC with an ASRock AD2700B-ITX motherboard, which has an Intel PowerVR SGX545 on-board graphic chip. I installed Ubuntu 12.04 on it today. Everything is working properly and is quite ...
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Tried installing Nvidia driver for ( NVIDIA Corporation GT218M [GeForce 310M] ) but I still can't control or adjust screen brightness

I tried almost all the solutions I could find on the web, but nothing worked for me and after installing many drivers now it looks like I have a new problem, part of my screen is blinking whenever I ...
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Switchable graphics Intel + AMD Venus Pro

I'm using Manjaro Linux on my laptop with switchable graphic cards: 00:02.0 VGA compatible controller: Intel Corporation Haswell-ULT Integrated Graphics Controller (rev 0b) 03:00.0 VGA ...
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Graphics glitch fix? Botched file op left a shade of “almost drag-n-dropped” file, how to remove?

One picture is worth thousand words, so: I know log out or restart most likely will do the trick. I want something that doesn't require them. Tried - no use: xrefresh xrandr tricks (revert, change ...
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How do I set default brightness after boot?

Linux Mint 12 (64bit), on an Acer Aspire 7730g. Upon every boot, the screen brightness is set very very low. Easily fixed via the function keys, but still a very annoying thing to do after every boot. ...
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How to boot without GFX drivers to allow low resolution

I am running Kali linux on my 13" notebook. During the initial boot the font is blocky and large - which is what I want. However as we progress through the boot stage, at some point the screen ...
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Graphical problem Mint Cinamon Interface

Welcome, I need help with my Linux Mint 17.2 Cinamon. Everything is on the picture but I try to explain. When I run some linux applications windows are fully transparent. I can see only borders of ...
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aticonfig needs a xorg.conf I have none

I run a dual seat setup with 2 GPUs. Lightdm launches the 2 X servers, without any need for a xorg.conf Now aticonfig, because I use fglrx drivers, tells me : No layout section was found in the file: ...
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What does Linux wait for when switches from Xorg to text console?

Sometimes my Xorg hangs and locks the console dead, with a “stale frame” of GUI on the monitor. Hardware and driver-related problems are likely (see here for description of particular configuration), ...
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How to watch films/images without X?

I'm wondering if there is a way to watch films or images without running X server. I'm not using login manager - I log in to tty and start X server manually. Hypothetical situation: I log in, but ...
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How do I stop my ATI graphics chip from overheating?

My laptop comes with Intel HD Graphics 4000 & AMD Radeon HD 7670M; of which the ATI card is getting really hot. System information: [root@MISTRI ashesh] $ cat /proc/version Linux version ...
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How can I stop qterminal from cutting the top half off every line?

I'm running Arch Linux, and using LXQT. I've just installed qterminal. At the moment, it looks like this: The top half of every line is cut off. I can fix this by increasing the font size, but ...
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How many distinct video cards do I have?

I'm logged on to a remote machine and I'm trying to determine how many video cards are installed. The machine was built for CUDA operations so it's likely to have more than one NVIDIA card. > ...
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Missing “version.h” when installing fglrx

I have downloaded the fglrx driver installer from the ATI drivers page. when I start the installation, everything goes smoothly until I hit an error message, telling me to check ...
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Graphics problems on LMDE2 with integrated card and Geforce 840M

I have a Dell E7450 laptop with an integrated Intel graphic card and an Nvidia Geforce 840M. My OS is LMDE2, and I installed bumblebee with nouveau driver. When I am watching a full HD video with ...
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Troubleshooting radeon drivers in Debian vs. Trisquel vs. Ubuntu

Using an ATI 5770 on a 2560x1440 monitor. When I first install Ubuntu 14.04 I'm given the full 2560x1440 resolution. It says it's using the free drivers and that closed source ones are available. In ...
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How to verify if my graphics card is well installed on Linux?

I have Debian 64 bits Wheezy XFCE and a MSI GT720 2Gb of memory, when I launch hardinfo it said I have only 128Mb so how can be sure ? Is there a specific command ? lspci | grep VGA gives: 01:00.0 ...
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What is the kernel frame buffer?

I was reading the "mplayer" man pages trying to play video using just the console, (I don't have or don't want to install X11). It mentions that I can use the kernel frame buffer device which is ...
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Manjaro Laptop suddenly won't boot Xfce desktop environment. How to boot up normally?

My Manjaro Linux laptop suddenly won’t boot up my Xfce desktop environment. When I start the computer, the PC: boots pass GRUB, then quickly flashes this message: [0.029878] Ignoring BGRT: invalid ...
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What does nouveau's “func 08 lookup failed, -2” mean?

Arch Linux Question I have an Nvidia 9500 GT Chipset: G96 (NV96) Family : NV50 This means I can use proprietary pack nvidia-340xx + nvidia-340xx-libgl, but I opted for the open source option: ...
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Double width 2D content when using the (proprietary) nvidia driver with Intel graphics in dual monitor setup

I've been going around this for ages and can't seem to get it working under Ubuntu. I have a Dell Latitude E6420 with integrated Intel/Nvidia graphics. I can use each monitor independently or connect ...
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Only one display mode for my monitor

I am running Debian 8 on a Toshiba Satellite laptop. When at home I connect my laptop to an external monitor through an HDMI cable. My laptop's monitor has recently stopped supporting any display ...
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Black screen after installation of Nvidia driver

$ uname -r 4.1.3-200.fc22.x86_64 This is the latest kernel available at the stable repository. Now I want to install the Nvidia drivers for my GTS430 from the rpmfusion repository. I followed the ...
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Create an ARGB struct for C header from a PNG

I need to update a logo bitmap to an updated logo. The existing code uses a C header which is loaded via XChangeProperty. I have looked into imagemagick and the Gimp in order to convert the updated ...
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Can't get Intel HD 5500 graphics to work with Debian

I'm using Debian 8, but my integrated graphics card does not seem to be used. This is on an Asus Zenbook UX303 which uses HD 5500 integrated graphics: $ sudo lspci -vnn | grep VGA -A 12 00:02.0 VGA ...
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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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Parallels Tools breaks SFML

so I created a clean VM of Xubuntu 14.04.2 in Parallels 10.2.1 and I got SFML working properly with sudo apt-get install libsfml-dev. Then I rebooted and made sure it still worked, and after that the ...
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Modify the graphical parts of the Android OS [closed]

I’m going through the Android kernel and Google Glass kernel, and I’m trying to find the graphical parts of the operating system. I want to modify things like the splash screen displayed while the OS ...
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SiS 771/671 graphical card: Is there some Unix-like OS distro that works correctly with it?

I have a SIS 771/671 graphical card on my laptop, and till now I've just got the conviction that it just does not works very well on Debian 7.0, Linux Mint 16, 17 and some old Ubuntu versions. From ...
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DirectX installed on Wine althought it doesn't work in games

I have installed DirectX on Wine and used winetricks to have better graphics in my games. Although it doesn't work! When I want to run GTA: San Andreas it shows that I have to download and install ...
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Turn off slide effect on kde menu

I have a remote computer via a nomachine connection. I use kde on the remote machine. How to turn off slide effect in KDE menu?
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nvidia graphics card showing incorrect memory GTX 770 linux mint

Have a new secondhand PC, running Linux Mint 17.1 Cinnamon 64 Bit, Linux Kernel: 3.13.0-37-generic. System info recognises two VGA cards - onboard and the GTX 770. However, when I query lscpi -vnn | ...
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blackscreen without backlight load

I have samsung np535u4c notebook with amd dual graphics. And my manjaro (arch based) randomly load on two state: normal & black screen without backlight. How to fix that? free amd drivers on board ...
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NVIDIA graphics driver virtual display larger than monitor (panning)

I've looked at several other posts that allude to this issue (some as late as 2 years ago), but many of the solutions no longer work. Problem description My OS is elementaryOS, my graphics card is ...
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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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Nvidia card performing.. strangely

I own a Nvidia Optimus laptop, with a Nvidia 740M and an Intel HD 4600. I have installed Gentoo Linux, and I am using native support according to those two wiki pages. ...
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VNC rendering is all fragmented

I have my VNC server so configured, that it requires me to establish an ssh tunnel and connect to it on localhost:1 with my vncviewer. Now the connectivity seems to work fine but the rendering of the ...
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Multiple screens on one physical monitor

I've recently bought one large monitor to replace my two smaller ones. I use i3 and as it turns out I miss the screen switching mechanism in a big way. Is it possible to configure X11 to split my one ...
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dual monitor with uvesafb / Intel 945GME?

I'm using uvesafb to get a simple framebuffer on a Intel 945GME embedded graphics controller. That works fine. The PC has a single combined DVI+VGA output connector and both outputs currently show ...
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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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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 ...