Did anyone refile bug for Flash Player shows green/purple in compressed window?

John Hupp lubuntu at prpcompany.com
Fri Aug 16 19:31:55 UTC 2013

On 8/16/2013 1:50 PM, Federico Leoni wrote:
> 2013/8/16 John Hupp <lubuntu at prpcompany.com>:
>> I just had a quick look at Federico's link, which led me to
>> https://01.org/linuxgraphics/downloads/2013/2013q2-intel-graphics-stack-release.
>> I see that it's not just "a" driver but a whole stack (8 downloads).  That
>> would be bleeding edge invasive surgery.  I think I would have to consult
>> with my clergyman before going that route.
> John,
>   let's try something simplest then.
> I 've installed Saucy on dual boot, Intel closed driver is still not
> available here. Seems (and I undeline SEEMS) when I force 24bit mode
> on Lightdm config it solve the garbled login screen. In my case this
> setting had no effect with UXA but it solved the login problems when I
> forced SNA on 20-intel.conf. I need to use UXA due to an
> incompatibility with my configuration with kernels above 3.6.x. For
> that reasons I can't test livecd on my notebook. God bless alternate
> install.
> I'm on a different chipset (i830)than your and I haven't installed
> flash on this configuration (nor I want to till saucy out) so I can't
> test youtube here. Probably my situation is quite different.
> If you want to try add at the end of file /etc/lightdm/lightdm.conf the line
> xserver-command=X -depth 24
> I think it worth a try to expand our knowledge. :)
> F.

That change left the login screen still garbled.

I installed lightdm-webkit-greeter and set lightdm.conf to use that, but 
that just resulted in NO login screen.  There is also a 
lightdm-kde-greeter in Synaptic but I didn't try that.

But I'm also wondering if changing any of the gtk greeter settings might 
fix this.

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