You may enable debug options to troubleshoot the driver in case it doesn’t work: Reboot normally, Ubuntu does an “untimely self-restart”, computer reboots Recovery mode, of course, select resume normal boot no xfix , VIA proprietary graphics driver for Chrome9 Note from the editor: Org X Window System server configuration file This file was generated by dexconf, the Debian X Configuration tool, using values from the debconf database. EDIT In addition, type:

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Now, what’s the result of my work? I’m seeing pretty much the same behaviour as previously described. Linu are currently viewing LQ as a guest.

VIA proprietary graphics driver for Chrome9 Note from the editor: Edit this file with caution, and see the xorg. Bookmarks Bookmarks Digg del. Hi all, I’ve got an ongoing problem which I’m wondering if you can help me with. Tags for this Thread openchromeubuntu. I never added it myself and it never appeared again later, even by using cld266.


This will be the most flicker-free one. Default visual is TrueColor [ What can I do to get better diagnostics? Org Wiki linjx Home for help. I’ll try with openchrome a bit later this evening. RGB weight [ Could they be caused by the screen driver? Perfectly unbelievable, this is too much.

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The time now is Org Foundation support at X. I don’t think there’s a BIOS memory allocation problem, as someone suggested – this system has run several Linux distros, including the latest Debian, with no display problem, usually with an openchrome driver. I wish the openChrome folks well with their endeavours, but Via itself If you’re using this in a business, that should be a noise-level expense. Has there been any resolution to this issue? I’m running the ‘huge’ kernel, I believe – this works on this via Samuel 2 cpu.

About vtfb, the help text in kernel’s configuration says: So, how do I blacklist the offending driver? Are you new to LinuxQuestions.

Here are my xorg. Lines, icons, and sliders disappear.

via(4): VIA unichrome graphics driver – Linux man page

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CONFIG_FB_VIA: VIA UniChrome (Pro) and Chrome9 display support

I would have needed another CD to test that. If you manually compiled and installed the VIA kernel module, you will have to recompile it with the new kernel headers, as described above.

It doesn’t seem to make a difference but, while I was using it, I tend to think they had a good opportunity to run with it so to speak with the mini-ITX platform, but that they really, really blew it by failing to open up on the driver front