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I have updated a fresh nice well performing lubuntu 16.04 on a LG x110 PC.

And the screen went bad just like this example.

I think it must be a newer Linux kernel or some thing alike. It would be nice to have update alerts just as Linux mint does.

I have tried to install the newest lubuntu 17 but this version messes it up from the very beginning. Maybe it could be a screen driver. Does any one know which update to avoid?

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17.10 is using Wayland display protocol by default. You can try to modify the settings in the system file by switching to X as a default. Use Lubuntu installation media to get access to the console and modify the settings. Also you can try to downgrade the kernel version and see if that will help. I think this question should be ask on AskUbuntu page.

How to change Wayland back to Xorg: https://askubuntu.com/questions/961304/how-do-you-switch-from-wayland-back-to-xorg-in-ubuntu-17-10

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  • Thanx. But I dont think I have skills to modify Wayland. I have tried the antiX-17.1 distro and it works fine.
    – user285945
    Commented Apr 13, 2018 at 9:29
  • I have modified my answer a bit that should give you a solution how to change a display protocol
    – mrktos
    Commented Apr 13, 2018 at 9:36

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