angelsapocalypse at gmail.com
Thu Nov 29 09:55:44 UTC 2007
> First question is What version of Ubuntu are you using?
> This makes it much easier for us to help you.
> On 29/11/2007, Angel <angelsapocalypse at gmail.com> wrote:
>> ¨The software source for the package nvidia-glx-new is not enabled.¨
> According to packages.ubuntu.com that package is in the Restricted repository.
> It should be on by default.
> You can check by going to:
> System -> Administration -> Software Properties
> Check if the first items in the list have the words "official
> supported" and "restricted copyright"
> If they only have "official supported" then push add and select
> "Ubuntu [your version]" (where [your version] is actually the version
> number for your release). Make sure the box is ticked for restricted
> copyright. Open Synaptic Package Manager and push reload. Close it and
> try enabling the driver again.
> If that still fails you may want to enable Universe and Multiverse.
> Instructions at:
> (May need to be adapted slightly depending on your version of Ubuntu).
>> iM a nEw UBuntu usErS.aLs iM nEw iN Linux PlatfOrm.
> Welcome, always good to meet new users.
> You mind find typing in the more traditional manner get's you more
> answers to queries. It is possible some people ignored your message
> because of the way it was formated. Unfortunately it's often the most
> experienced who are most picky about format.
> (that can include things like typing words in full (nt typing wrds in fll))
I am using UBUNTU 7.10 .
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