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First thing is to check that you have installed the proper driver for your video card, as general guide take a look at http://askubuntu.com/questions/23238/how-can-i-find-what-video-driver-is-in-use-on-my-system and once you are familiar with the topic search how to install compatible drivers for your video card


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I have worked out this problem by the following steps. I am on Ubuntu 14.04. Download your specific Nviadia drivers from here. The driver name looks like NVIDIA-LINUX-X86_64-340.58.run. # service lightdm stop, Ctrl+Alt+F1 switch to tty1, excute the command to stop X server with root priviledge. # bash NVIDIA-LINUX-X86_64-340.58.run ...


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Kubuntu work fine alongside Windows 8. You can follow this tutorial: https://help.ubuntu.com/community/WindowsDualBoot. Even if it's mean for Ubuntu vanilla, the Kubuntu use the same installer (Ubiquity).


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It is possible to run the "standard" Ubuntu packages on Kubuntu (and the other way around). The underlying X server handles either KDE or Gnome based graphical applications. The only thing you have to reckon with, is that on the first install of such a package a bunch of gnome related packages will be installed. But once they are there, other packages will ...



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