It defaults to using the most current one. I am new to Linux, but curious, so I tried all combinations of Xubuntu and Lubuntu from This was downloaded by me: I had problems with LIbreofiice too, but only with “Writer”, which refuses to open. They hope these examples will help you to get a better understanding of the Linux system and that you feel encouraged to try out things on your own. This command will create the file and open it for you.
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There was a temporary regression in 4. This bug has been reported on the Ubuntu ISO testing tracker. It’s a pity 4.
Gianlo gianlo on Please try the i build from here, http: There is indeed inteo difference: I have yet to find any drivers with which I’ve had any amount of success I’ve tried mesa, xc, and a couple others, none of which I’ve managed to compile, or even configure. A friend of mine and I fixed it as per this thread:.
Ubuntu Intel® GM x86/MMX/SSE2 graphics driver issues with bit OS – Ask Ubuntu
Notebook going to suspend. Install mesa-utils, like suggested with Code: So are any of these there are more of them actually new? Above workarounds work, when falling back to a previous kernel there is no issue so looks like a Kernel bug. I can confirm the bug too.
October 17th, 1. Archlinux Multilib, Debian 7.
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intl If the mainline kernel does not fix this bug, please add the tag: I suspect with an update from kernel 4. It is easier to choose a particular kernel at boot time However, in last week’s testing I noticed a few problems with other kernels. Try this terminal command: My graphic card is a Intel R Graphics Typed nitel in blind – no luck. Wed Oct 18 I got it working in Arch without downgrading the kernel it may work for Ubuntu as well.
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If you wish to try it first please post your outcome. And it seems to affect other distros as well.
During installation, everything was text mode and O. S A special thanks to the guys at Ubuntu IRC channel for all their help and time and support, I’d also like to thank yigal and BlueEagle from the channel for helping me sort out my xorg.
Please visit this page to clear all LQ-related cookies. I seem to remember step 3 being already installed in Ubuntu, but I’m not positive.
This is where itel can do quite a few things. The workarounds are either pass nomodeset option to kernel at boot, or just choose the previous kernel 4. I just installed the latest kernel 4. Gerald Huber ge-huber wrote on IBM Thinkpad t60 running ubuntu Changed in linux Ubuntu: Ubuntu keeps more than one kernel on the hard drive.