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.