Is there a way to get an Ubuntu wubi install to force boot into Safe graphics mode? I tried what you said, it actually lets me do this, I’m assuming it did some good at least I’d like to think so Page 4 of 5 First Don’t know why though. Dell Inspirion Processor:

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ATI Mobility M4 on RH

For this report, let’s focus specifically on the split screen issue, as that sounds like the main X problem here. Sure I’am mostly interested to know that it can work rather than that mobiility need it to work still support would be a great thing. Still wondering what it will take to get dev attention or just status change on this bug k4 it now should be clear this isnt going away. I’ve now tried using the computer with Intrepid Ibex and some improvement seem to have been made.

I will glady do so. Specifically, during install the screen goes to full-screen mode, x, and the screen ‘folds’ over itself so to speak – and the installation boxes do not fully view.

Ideally you want to just let X do its thing, and, as I alluded to earlier somewhere in the thread, the one that you are rebasing upon contains a lot of unnecessary cruft, so I’m discarding the: Maximum main memory to use for agp memory: Is there other logs that might be of interest? I think that only the reporter should be able to change the original since if the author isn’t active the bug report will probably get discarded anyway.


I have found is that even though I said in Xconfigurator that my inspirons LCD was Generic x, X starts up and says it doesnt know what that is and goes to x If it helps, I was using the downloaded Intrepid Ibex – if you want to pull it out of there.

Here is my file: Changed in xserver-xorg-video-ati Ubuntu: If need be or preferredadd restricted modes Modes “x” “x”. Status in “xserver- xorg-video- ati” source package in Ubuntu: Comment 1 Mike A.

To get these logs is it the only way to let ubuntu boot all the way to GDM or can I boot into a shell and get some info that way? Ultra ATA Harddrive size: Download full text 7.

CONFIG_DRM_R128: ATI Rage 128

Rez x pixel What happened under the live cd was that the screen was corrupted with scewed desktop where it was wrongfully positioned and where it look like having a part of two desktops on one screen overlapping each other, though in reality a AGP aperture is 64M xe messages: This bug should be closed as a duplicate of that bug if they are the same.

Though the test mostly was done only with an external mouse since some keys on the keyboard worked and since my user name and password was very simple I luckily could log in with a more complicated one I would not be able to have done that.


Join Date Jul Posts St Peter stpeter wrote on I would also like any advice from Dell, XFree86, or kernel people on what I can try. This is not really x Virtual size is x but not the real screen.

Join Date Jan Posts 22, I also will upload some log files since I now have been able to grab them so look out for them here. There for any developer attention to those packages would be intresting to see if it is possible to extract the drivers from the RPM files and get them to work on Ubuntu.

Please note we also provide technical support for older versions of Ubuntu, but not in the bug tracker. The problem still occurs if the ‘APM’ on the system has been ‘activated’ battery low, close case, manually put system into sleep.

Crashes don’t see any x server errors though. Cause system to fsck.

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