Testing report: Did the 14.04 upgrade . . . how do I fix it?
israeldahl at gmail.com
Mon Aug 25 01:53:28 UTC 2014
Just find the one that is closest and try it out. You can try it
without rebooting. If that one works, YAY!!
If it doesn't try another one that is close.
You can always duckduckgo for any other leads on your specific model.
I simple copied the downloaded i.e.
sudo mv ~/Downloads/*filename*.txt /etc/X11/xorg.conf
where *filename* is the actual name of the file you download
Then go to your TTY and restart lightdm
sudo lightdm restart
or you can stop it and then start it (what I typed in the first e-mail)
Look to see if any of those files have the same resolution, or look for
a model that has the same graphics card.
On 08/24/2014 04:43 PM, Fritz Hudnut wrote:
> Thanks for the reply, so I need an xorg conf file, OK. But none of
> those listed iBooks looks exactly like mine, I've got a 933 MHz G4,
> with a radeon driver, should I pick one and then would I have to edit
> Or, what happens if I "sudo Xorg -configure" ??? will that set up the
> file completely or do I then need to "sudo cp xorg.conf /etc/X11" to
> move it into place? Would that work?
> Or would I need to "sudo nano /etc/X11/xorg.conf" if I needed to edit
> it? For instance if I need to change to "radeon"??
> I had to do something like this for the iMac, which was a bit more
> involved, but it's been awhile since I went through it.
> Hi Fritz!
> The fix for the colors was a fairly simple one for me on my iBook.
> I just went to:
> grabbed the xorg matching my iBook, saved it as /etc/X11/xorg.conf
> and then restarted the display manager.
> You can restart it from a TTY (Ctrl+Alt+F1)
> Then simply
> sudo lightdm stop
> sudo lighdm start
> And then enjoy Lubuntu :)
> http://www.surfingthetimelesswave.net <http://surfingthetimelesswave.net>
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