#ubuntu - Wed 28 Feb 2007 between 16:33 and 16:37

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^Ocean^now i gota goto System/ Setting/ Screen Resolutions
i cant just change it on the fly
dyrneSCanzt1: arg sorry just sudo umount then sudo mount
GionnyBossnow I go with problem n 2 ....
dyrneSCanzt1: seperate commands
AlexC_^Ocean^: to be honest .... how often do you change you're res for that to be of a big problem?
ajd17SCanzt1: are you having trouble mounting a file system?
crdlb^Ocean^, the resolutions need to be listed in xorg.conf in sequence
qsloqsHi, I have one CNET switch and its leds are green and yellow what does it mean? what means yellow leds?
^Ocean^AlexC: one of my computers is starting in the wrong Resolution...
crdlb, they all are...
qsloqsI know that green leds its normal, but yellow?
AlexC_qsloqs: that's not really a Ubuntu support question is it,
GionnyBossI have an Intel video card on my Laptop... I use i810 driver but 3d acceleration is very slow and if I run 'glxinfo | grep direct' I get : "libGL warning: 3D driver claims to not support visual 0x5b" and "direct rendering: Yes" . 3D works, but it's very very slow. What can I do, please?
crdlb^Ocean^, if it is starting in the wrong one then just remove the other resolutions
detectiveinspekthi im using azureus-ubuntu in edgy and getting really bad torrent preformace
Toxixhello, maybe somebody know how to install AC'97 audio drivers?
duckdownIs there a character map like there is in Gnome for KDE? I want to look at all the cool japanese writing, I remember specifically they have a 1-character smiley face
lisapcajd17 the liveCD picked up my graphics card. so why would it freeze at: "Probing/Loading AGP Modules ??
^Ocean^crdlb: I could do that... but i would rather have the ability to change resolutions from the key bored like i could before, becuase there are other things i like todo were the quick change resolution is handy....
atomiku_First of all.. what might be causing X not to start with the error: No devices detected then Fatal Server Error: No screens found?
draremis raid a hardware thing? can I dedicate a separate harddrive as a raid device - like a mirror or backup of a production harddrive ?
tovellaToxix: if your sound device is working properly, the drivers should be installed automatically.
atomiku_I think it might have been the beryl install script
SCanzt1dogpigeoncow@Glenn-Laptop:~$ sudo umount /media/windows
umount: /media/windows: not mounted
dogpigeoncow@Glenn-Laptop:~$ sudo mount /dev/hda1 /media/windows
mount: /dev/hda1 already mounted or /media/windows busy
mount: according to mtab, /dev/hda1 is mounted on /windows
teeLHi. I have installed LAMP and phpsysinfo via synaptic. The webserver is working, but i have no idea where phpsysinfo is :S
draremor do you have to have an actual raid device, whatever that is?
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^Ocean^dra_, You can use Software raid
atomiku_brb
SCanzt1sorry
draremk
SCanzt1but that doesnt make any sence
^Ocean^drarem, u can use software rade, but its a lil more CPU intensive...
SCanzt1OMG

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