All other releases worked great with binary driver, but since jaunty was released - the driver slows my computer down. It's like I am using pentium II with Jaunty.
on 10/02/2009 – Made popular on 10/02/2009
I have an old Gateway notebook. Jaunty runs perfectly on it but it is no longer supported and that presents a variety of issues for me as time goes by. I want to run Lucid on it but the BCM4318 wifi card will not stay connected, though it is officially said to work. I've spent hours on this with no success. I finally decided to try Oneiric Ocelet, even though it's such an old PC.
I have an integrated Radeon HD 4200 and it works great in Ubuntu 9.10. The open source driver, the fglrx driver from the Ubuntu repository works as well. I also installed the latest proprietary fglrx driver from ATI, 10.1. Works fantastic even with...
Friends I have lenovo G450 series laptop its brightness can be adjusted using Fn+up arrow and Fn+down arrow this shortcuts where working fine in jaunty but after installing karmic they stopped working,:sad:Please tell me is there any way to make it work in jaunty?
The open source driver worked well with the fresh installation of Ubuntu 12.04, but it drains my laptop battery faster. So I installed the proprietary driver from jockey-gtk. It gave me this error message at the end of the installation:
After restarting the computer, I lost all the compositing animations. Compiz visual effects don't work. There is a black boarder around Docky.
I have tested this with Ubuntu 9.04 Jaunty. The card is a Gigabyte GTX260OC, with 216 stream processors. Works out of the box, after installing the restricted driver from Ubuntu repo, desktop effects and OpenGL games work OK. Had no trouble installing t...
I have a ScanExpress A3 USB 1200 Pro (USB) scanner and the mustek website displays a driver for linux. Unfortunately, when double clicking on the .deb file, it says "Wrong architecture 'i386'". I guess that's because my Ubuntu is 64 bits while the driver is 32 bit.