I noticed that the login screen that I get when the system first boots up is different from the login screen I see after I resume from suspend. I'm wondering if it is possible to get the same login screen that I saw from when it first booted up as the one I get when I resume the system from suspend.
I am trying to install lubuntu 12.1 PPC using the alt cd on an ibook g4. I've been having a few problems. First, when lubuntu boots it only boots to a black screen, my cursor is visible and brightness functions work but that's it, no login screen ever comes up. I tried logging in after pressing ctrl+alt+f1 but my login didn't work.
This issue has plagued me for months. Every time I install Ubuntu and apply regular updates, when I boot back into Ubuntu, I'll see a purple screen, then it'll show the login screen, but all I'll see is an orange/grey screen, though I can hear the boot noise. What could be wrong? :/
I'm experiencing a very odd video issue. On every fresh restart, my login screen is pixelated and rendered in grey-scale. If I immediately go into suspend and then awaken, the video is returned to normal.
This only starting happening today (Oct 13) after I applied the most recent patch to 12.04. I'm not sure how to diagnose this and any suggestions would be welcome.
I did a fresh install of the latest stable, booted and slim started and asked me to login, I logged in and grey background with conk then conk disappears and left with just a grey screen and a mouse curser.If I login out of slim and do startX it runs fine.Will output all the required stuff tomorrow when I get to work as its a project.
When displaying a solid grey screen, I can make out what seems to be a square near the middle of the screen. I've ruled this out as image retention and burn in due to none of my screen's patterns matching the area.
I'm still within the exchange window, just wondering if anyone else has any screen imperfections.