Still trying to get first boot
kevin at kevinpurcell.org
Thu Jan 26 02:09:31 UTC 2006
>If I were installing Ubuntu on your box I would make it my business
to understand the technical particulars of my video adapter, my monitor
(where I would guess your problem is) and how the X server "talks" with the
>Most of the time dealing with "/etc/X11/xorg.conf" (see man
xorg.conf) to set it up for the video monitor cures such problems. In your
case, having the right driver for your PCIe Video adapter and having it
properly plugged into the system may be what is holding things up.
>Sounds like a bit of a challenge.
IS THIS JUST your way of saying the below is true? Probably so. If I have
to learn that much about the internal technical workings of my video card to
install this beast, then it is too much for me (and probably 98% of the
planet). But thanks for the response.
>Maybe I'm just not knowledgeable enough to do this. But everyone
>one is the easy one to learn.
If anyone else has any concrete steps I can take to fix this, let me know.
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