Comment 8 Ildar Muyukov I’m just grateful for the help you’re providing given how frustrating it must be trying to fix an antiquated system ‘blind’ it’s bad enough trying to solve such problems ‘hands-on’. January 16, , Sat Aug 01, You can subscribe and participate further through the new bug through this link to our GitLab instance: English are are incomplete in UberStudent.
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Did you miss your activation email? Post the output of Code: However, before installing LL 1.
Live works with a high resolution but when installed goes to x and no alternatives. Please confirm whether or not this fixes the issue! Display Resolution Issue Posted: Home New Browse Search [? Download your free copy of Linux Lite today.
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Unfortunately something else must be wrong as this option is not present. Thanks for understanding that hardware issues sometimes take some trial-and-error to work out. Also, as stated earlier, there is no “Use this output” option to tick.
Comment 1 Djalma B. Thu Aug 21, 1: People sometimes forget that novices sometimes need to be spoon fed a little early on.
Page 1 of 1. Any suggestions as clearly the fix would probably be fairly straight forward or the fschk option wouldn’t work.
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Comment 3 Pander I’m just grateful for the help you’re providing given how frustrating it must be trying to fix an antiquated system ‘blind’ it’s bad enough trying to solve such problems ‘hands-on’. Hi I’m attempting to install LL2.
No registered users and 0 guests. I therefore have to pciie into recovery then straight back into the login screen for it to change to x As such, full support of it has been dropped from recent Linux kernels, where video drivers reside.
Could I ask why it seems to be okay in live but then not when installed?
I did everything via the Administrator account and it failed to solve the problem in either account. Sat Aug 01, When you boot up the next time normally, does it use the x monitor size?
Reboot or just log out and log back in.