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post #11 of 19
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It works! Thanks for your help guys. You've all been repped
So what steps did you take exactly to fix it? It always helps to have these kinds of things documented for future reference. And if the issue comes up on Google as a result of someone's search, we can potentially get more people on OCN.
post #12 of 19
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I put 1024 x 768 the final time, which worked. Before I was putting 1024x768. I followed exactly what melcar said. Now I'm just having trouble with getting flash player to work.

EDIT: Just now got flash to work
post #13 of 19
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I put 1024 x 768 the final time, which worked. Before I was putting 1024x768. I followed exactly what melcar said. Now I'm just having trouble with getting flash player to work.

EDIT: Just now got flash to work
Don't you just love the feeling of accomplishment?
post #14 of 19
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Yes I do actually. Now I can proudly say I'm not a windows only n00b anymore
post #15 of 19
Linux is so liberating, you can spend hours on a problem sometimes days, but the feeling once youve done it you feel wow m$ jus got pwned
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post #16 of 19
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Linux is so liberating, you can spend hours on a problem sometimes days, but the feeling once youve done it you feel wow m$ jus got pwned
Hahaha, indeed. Now all we need is for game developers to focus more on creating versions for linux as well, and we'll have a serious contender to windows.
post #17 of 19
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Well, I thought I had it working, but it's still taking around 10 minutes just to log on from the time I press the power button.

I've got to be doing something wrong...
post #18 of 19
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gah, this is frustrating. I can't get anything to work for me.
post #19 of 19
Hm... Are your graphic drivers installed? You might want to try a fresh xorg.conf file (located in /etc/X11). Make sure you always back this file up, though (sudo then copy the file to something with a different name; use the same directory).

Anyone remember how to do the reconfiguration of xorg?
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