Display problem in Linux (GUI Mode)
location: linuxquestions.com - date: December 7, 2009
My machine is having Linux version Redhat 7.2 and Windows XP. Till last week my system was working fine but now I am getting some problem in GUI mode of Linux. Windows is working fine but In Linux GUI mode is not working and I can work only in batch mode. I didn't changed anything in my machine. I am not sure what could be reason for this.
Can anybody help me out on this issue?
Display problem Linux Mint
location: linuxquestions.com - date: January 24, 2010
Linux downloaded new updates and worked perfectly. Next time I started mint, just before the login screen appears display says No Signal and goes in sleep mode. I think that mint downloaded somekind of display driver update wich is not compatible with my driver card. I can't see desktop, I just hear the login sound and that's all. What should I do? I'm new with linux
Oops! I know this is on wrong forum, sorry my mistake
Display problem: problem initializing Catalyst Contol Center Linux edition...
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: December 14, 2009
Hi I'm trying to use the Display configuration thing under system > preferences. When I click it it says: "It appears that your graphics driver does not support the necessary extensions to use this tool. Do you want to use your graphics driver vendor's tool instead?"
When I click yes it says: "Initialization Error
There was a problem initializing Catalyst Control Center Linux edition. It could be caused by the following:
No ATI graphics driver is installed, or the ATI driver is not functioning properly. Please install the ATI driver appropriate for your ATI hardware, or configure using aticonfig."
When using the lspci command in terminal it says my video card is Intel Corporation 82810 (rev03.) This is the built in card. I have a CUW-RM motherboard. What do I need to do to get this working? I would like to use a higher resolution with ubuntu. My installation of windows xp can go to 1280 x 800 if not higher. Please help me with this problem! Thanks
linux does now boot into gui mode
location: linuxquestions.com - date: August 25, 2010
i am using a toshiba satellite laptop and i have windows 7 installed on C drive and Linux Mint 9 in stalled on D Drive. When i boot it gives me 2 options 1. Windows and 2. Linux. When i select Linux it boots to a screen where it gives me 3 options and if i select the first option it boots to a command screen with my username and then i have to type exit to reboot and then i have to use startx to boot to GUI mode. Is there a workaround so that i can boot directly to the GUI mode.
Somebody help me
[SOLVED] How to boot directly into GUI mode with LMDE(Linux Mint Debian Edition)?
location: linuxquestions.com - date: April 19, 2012
Hello to all,
I was trying out LMDE on VB, and at first the GRUB bootloader went directly into GUI mode, but recently it has been booting to console text mode. I tried to change the default boot method bu changing /etc/inittab to put init 5 as the default. But it still boots into console text mode. Also when I type startx into the terminal, nothing happens, no GUI appears...
Problem with GUI install with Sabayon linux
location: linuxquestions.com - date: February 21, 2007
I have a AMD X2 4600 with NVidia AGP 6600 graphics card. Whenever I try a GUI it complains about my graphics card and I get stupid monitor sizes. My only other option is a text based install. I was wondering what it was like before I go that route.
linux newbie..dont know how to get into GUI mode..does any GUI exists for linux..??
location: linuxquestions.com - date: June 19, 2013
I just bought a Acer Aspire one lap yesterday and it is preinstalled with Linux os.
I have never used linux before and dont kno w what exactly to do now..im thinking t o be with it but does any gui exists for linux and if so, how to get into it and does it need any process..please help..
Having a problem starting CentOS 6 in GUI mode
location: linuxquestions.com - date: November 24, 2011
I recently started the CentOS 6 on vertual machine and it is not starting in GUI mode....
[linux newbie]Is there GUI mode for Samba in Redhat?
location: linuxquestions.com - date: January 24, 2004
I can connect to my local workgroup through Samba. I see all other computers in my workgroup and I can access them.
Cant share anything on my linux box. Beside editing smb.conf, is there any other way to share files and folders? For instance in windwos you right-click on a folder and you go to sharing and security or propoerties or whatever..Is there a similar way to do this on Redhat?
I have tried everything and I have read bunch of manuals. They all go the same way,,, editing smb.conf. I Have had no luck with that yet. I was able to see a LocalHost (samba server) on my windows side of workgroup couple of times but access was denied.
I used xmms browser but it doesn't give u an option to share, or I couldn't find it. Been hearing about SWAT alot. I guess I'm going to try that next. I read a couple of other threads on this forum, ppl with same problem,,still no luck.
Any suggestions is appreciated.
IP address and gui mode problem
location: linuxquestions.com - date: November 1, 2011
Few days back we turned off the servers to remove the dust. All of the servers are working fine after switching on.
But one server(ubuntu 9.04) is not able to boot to GUI mode and GUI mode will cuts off in the middle while booting to GUI and monitor shows to check display.
In the same server, the IP address is frequently changing itself to dhcp even static IP address given in /etc/network/interface. Here is the output of those files.
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