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comment fglrxinfo shows wrong data for graphics card
Apparently I'm just destined to never run Linux in this machine. I tried to boot into Ubuntu, and it got stuck at the splash screen. Nothing was responding. So I tried to boot to a love CD and the disk never loaded. The drive didn't spin up. Basically there's no way for me to get to a Linux partition. Thanks for trying man.
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comment fglrxinfo shows wrong data for graphics card
I'll give it a shot. Thanks for the help.
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comment Ubuntu 14.04.2: sound behaves strangely
@Ayan I did try that. Though I'm not sure if I did them both at the same time. I'll give it a shot after work.
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comment fglrxinfo shows wrong data for graphics card
@Ayan I'm using this guide and I guess it should say display: :0 screen: 0 OpenGL vendor string: Advanced Micro Devices, Inc. OpenGL renderer string: ATI Radeon HD 4300/4500 Series OpenGL version string: 3.3.11399 Compatibility Profile Context the performance of the card is very poor. I boot a game and I get like 1 FPS
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asked Ubuntu 14.04.2: sound behaves strangely
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asked fglrxinfo shows wrong data for graphics card
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accepted bash: adding a common string to files found with wildcards
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revised Mint 17 with Gigabyte motherboard: no audio from rear audio port
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asked Mint 17 with Gigabyte motherboard: no audio from rear audio port
Jan
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comment Linux Mint stuck at splash screen
I don't know what happened, but the issue seems to magically resolved itself after booting to a liveCD, doing nothing, and rebooting again.
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asked Linux Mint stuck at splash screen
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comment grep: output specific line after match
bash. Also, bash for Cygwin, but I'm testing everything on a real linux machine.
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comment grep: output specific line after match
This seems to only print the first occurrence of the match. Is there a way to print all matches?
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comment grep: output specific line after match
sed: -e expression #1, char 4: unknown command: `,'
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asked grep: output specific line after match
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asked hotkey to switch between speakers and heaphones