Hi All,I hope you can help me out with this.I'm using Radeon HD7850 with ATI-Catalyst.The issue is, if I do a cold boot (physically turn off the power, turn back on) the system won't boot into X, only tty.At this point, a reboot works fine.Or if I don't turn off the power, just shutdown and reboot (warm boot), it works ok.Here's the Xorg log on cold boot:[ 2.226]
X.Org X S
Not sure whether this has been answered, but I haven't been able to find it, so if someone knows where the relevant thread is, please do direct me to it.
This morning, Ubuntu froze when I opened a new website in Chrome (as it does every now and then; almost always with Chrome or Skype). At this point I had to power down the machine and power it up again using the power button (i.e. cold boot).
Got a bunch of updates this morning and the 3.12 kernel was one of them. I had the Nvidia driver 319.60 installed and it worked well on the 3.11.0-12 kernel.
But while installing the 3.12.0-1 kernel, that driver broke the kernel. It got some error and would not boot into that kernel.
You mean, after the kernel installation i can simply redo:sudo apt-get install nvidia-kernel-dkms nvidia-glx nvidia-xconfig nvidia-settings ?(that's how i installed nvidia)I need to install it again when booting into 3.10 ?yea i am getting the tty1 console after rebooting.What's about the firmware error from above?
So, my friend bought a new Acer Iconia 18.4" desktop replacement computer and he decided to purchase a Seagate Momentus XT 750 GB with 8 GB SLC NAND FLASH SSD hybrid hard disk drive. Naturally, I told him to download and install Ubuntu 12.04 64 bit Long Term Support which he did so bare metal.