I'm using the SPC630NC Webcam Philips on Ubuntu 12.10 64 bit. Video works fine, audio not at all. I tried to set the Pulse Audio inputs using Pavucontrol with no result. Where am I wrong? I looked at Philips support but Philips is pretty miser with Linux users
after i installing a fresh ubuntu 12.04 on my pc... ubuntu can't detect my monitor my monitor is (philips 190c 19") with ubuntu 10.10 i was used 1280x1024 and on nvidia drivers i was able to see my monitor brand...but on ubuntu 12.04 i can only see crt-0.. iwa s try also with the command xrandr to add a new mode without any success... also i've attached a link with a photo of the problem...
I got Philips 190V as a gift, which would be a nice replacement for my old AOC 9K+ which consumes a lot of power by my calculations.
I have a lot of experience with electronics, and LCD monitors, but this one is a mystery to solve.
The monitor turns off after a few seconds, power LED also turns off, and then turn on again, works well a couple of seconds and goes off again, and as alw
I'm using gnome3/compiz with the proprietary catalyst driver. xrandr seemed to work for me using the following for anyone that is interested:$ xrandr --auto --output CRT1 --mode 1280x1024 --right-of DFP7I'm not sure why xrandr calls my monitors such strange things. the 1280x1024 monitor is not a crt but whatever...
I just installed Ubuntu 9.04. I switched over from MS Vista. I am pretty much a linux newb. I have a HP dv6915nr laptop. When I was running Vista i was able to get a display resolution of 1280x1024. However on ubuntu it only lets me go up to 1280x800. I have the latest/reccomended driver installed for my nvidia card.