He enters the trail safe mod! When I hit “test” and manually select “nv” driver, it really works in test. I am sorry, I meant I upgraded from Gutsy. Then do Alt-F2 “gksudo nvidia-settings” and let’s see if it indicates that it is using the Nvidia driver. Means that it does not exist,so it cannot be removed.

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I still get x by default but now the “Screens and Graphics” app.

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Please will you all post the output of the command “lspci -nn grep VGA” as Timo requested of me. I would try this: Post as a guest Name. Also, note that I upgraded from Feisty. Home Questions Tags Users Unanswered. Joep On Wed, at Purge the nvidia restricted package if installed by doing a “dpkg –purge nvidia-glx-new” 2.

In Feisty I was using nvidia-glx-new but now it seems I can’t set my system to use it again. With those substitutions, this should work: After rebooting X will fail with the beta driver.


Helped me to fix the problem. By joining our community you will have the ability to post topics, receive our newsletter, use the advanced search, subscribe to threads and access many other special features. But of course hardware acceleration don’t work. If not, then glx is not enabled properly.

Improved compatibility with recent Linux kernels.

First disable any nvidia-driver in hardwaredrivers,then reboot. Implemented support for disabling indirect GLX context creation using the -iglx option available on X.

This explains it hackedbellini.

The Plug ‘N’ Play is th default. I was using Ubuntu happily, till this black Friday, when I run the apt-get update. Org X Window System server configuration file This file was generated by dexconf, the Debian X Configuration tool, using values from the debconf database. If not, please show what ‘lspci -nn grep VGA’ gives.

Avery Day, I don’t know if it’s too late to add a comment to this bug Originally Posted by gbj Tried it but Beryl won’t play nice, now I lose all my window decorations. I have tried to add Driver “nv” to the “Device” section in xorg.


Thanks in advance Joep. For more advanced trainees it can be a desktop reference, and a collection of the base knowledge needed to proceed with system and network administration. I will try lihux nvida I use ‘vesa” as the nvidia drivers doesn’t work.

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Oops, meant to direct that last question to Seth and Jean. Have you run apt-get update?

Simply Seth sethrei wrote on Here are the steps: Maybe it’s not the best solution but it worked