[xubuntu-users] Beginners Problem Intel 915 Chipset-vga

hesekiel2 at gmx.de hesekiel2 at gmx.de
Mon Jan 14 16:48:14 UTC 2008

Didi at hamburg, germany: 

Hi xubuntu- users!  
yesterday i tried to run Xubuntu on my  subnotebook7 webpad  or so: 

Everytime i try and start  the ( 7. 10 ) xubuntu-cd  in my  ASUS R 2 H UMPC, i only get up to the start-procedure of the X- server.....
which fails totaly...

the screnn only changes slowly from dark  to 100% white, with some nice pattern in between , a bit grayscale pixel-blurring- show ....
every 20 seconds or so ....

Maybe the Asus LCd- screen with itś unusual 800 X 480 pixel size ist guilty for that ?!
Is there any workaround, e. g. Boot- parameters to fix that ??
I can neither use ( live-Cd) nor install Xubuntu, if i cannot see anything on the screen .... and the x- server shutting down perodically ....
Isn it ?!

Please help ! 
1 million Thanks in advance to everybody , who will answer & help !!!!

read ya?

D. L. 
-------- Original-Nachricht --------
> Datum: Mon, 14 Jan 2008 16:43:38 +0100
> Von: "Nicolas Ferré" <nicolas.ferre at univ-provence.fr>
> An: xubuntu-users at lists.ubuntu.com
> Betreff: [xubuntu-users] Wireless + wired connection

> Hi,
> I installed Xubuntu on my laptop a month ago and there is something 
> bothering me. At work, I have a wired internet connection I set up 
> manually. At home, I have a wireless connection in roaming mode. Every 
> time I change my place, at start, Xubuntu complains about my hostname 
> not defined explicitly in /etc/hosts. Each time, I add it to /etc/hosts 
> but it get lost when I change my place !
> Another related strange thing: at home, I cannot connect to some 
> computers that belong to the same domain than I ! Even a 'ping' says 
> these computers don't answer while I know they are connected !
> Any hint ?
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