In case it does NOT works, copy this command into a paper: I’m not used to this damned mac keyboard! If you find a solution to your problem by other means, please take your time to write down the steps you used to solve your problem in the original post. Your drivers are updated when you upgrade your using your package manager. You can potentially help ggaphics having the same problem! Dictionnaire Reve benefits of using my blog.
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I’m not used to this damned mac keyboard!
Red Hat Bugzilla Driver should be available in repo, but just in case I’ll leave official Intel link, this will require building, I don’t recommend, but if you’re desperate – why not. But when I run. I don’t know how to update my drivers to have OpenGL 2. Following the bisect instructions, I have done. I’m still forced to use Ubuntu The other oddity is why is this problem only showing up now? Hi, I have the same problem here.
Email me about changes to this bug report. But you’d better ask on Ubuntu IRC or mailing lists.
Hello I’m a friend of Ghislain Bugnicourt, and after a few tests here is what we understood:. Bryce Harrington bryce wrote on I get this result. But I don’t know what to do next.
The tricky part with the standard setup is that grub defaults to booting the kernel with the highest version number, so you have to be careful to select the right kernel when rebooting. You can potentially help ggaphics having the same problem! I hope it helps.
Yes, you’re spot on. Thankfully, your one-liner won’t actually work unless run as root – it elevates to superuser for the yes command corpiration simply prints “y” repeatedly, but not for the apt-get command that actually needs privileges to modify the system.
I’m not an advanced user but I usually can deal with my Linux problems by researching a bit, and I don’t like asking questions. Did earlier kernels work? Almost the same here: Rainer Schulze-Pillot rschupi wrote on Thanks for the help, Ghis. The workaround to these freezes was to install “compiz fusion icon”, to check “indirect rendering” in its options, and to add it to startup applications. I think the correct command for step 2 is sudo X -configure: If there are any drivers, please list them and also show the link Output of glxinfo more: And when I do it through the terminal, it says connect failed: You can see the tags corresponding to versions here: With your step 4, should that be, in monitor0 section?
I tried many many times to upgrade my laptop video driver. I had the same problem reported with bug report on the same Foxconn board, same intel graphic chip with intel atom processor. Mon Jul 4 I had now old xorg.