That’s what ‘bisect’ means! See full activity log. Org X Server 1. I’m still forced to use ubuntu I tried with the official CD Ubuntu Desktop The workaround to these freezes was to install “compiz fusion icon”, to check “indirect rendering” in its options, and to add it to startup applications. Of coursed, then I’m missing acpi — maybe

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Downloads for Graphics Drivers for IntelĀ® 82945G Express Chipset

Older versions of GE are almost impossible to find for Linux Google won’t archive them, for some obscure reasonbut every software site seems to do the older versions for Windows. Join our community today! I have run these commands. Comment 20 Milan Bouchet-Valat None, the status of the bug is updated manually.

Bug Watch Updater bug-watch-updater on Other bug subscribers Subscribe someone else. I will install Ubuntu Keep up the good work!

Can you please attach the dmesg for your boot in both cases? Ask Ubuntu works best with JavaScript enabled. The simplest solution is to use the Ubuntu default configuration: As well as the one in the eeepc?


Want to integratd if that peripheral is compatible with Linux? I had the same problem reported with bug report on the same Foxconn board, same intel graphic chip with intel atom processor.

Mysl Pro my secret driver archive that i collected 5 years now available for everyone on this website. This bug affects 6 people. If it works, run.

Unsupported Graphics Card (Intel Corporation 82G33/G31 Express Integrated Graphics Controller)

I have reported this bug using your link. I’m still forced to use ubuntu It could be linked to Foxconn motherboards, maybe even those including intel Atom processors. All times are GMT If the “Login Status” is blocking acess to the OK button then: But I also had an issue with Ubuntu I think is that: Yohan Lee-tin-yien yohan-leetinyien wrote on Hi, On Ubuntu I am willing to help further, but I don’t have time to spend hours or days working out how to do this by myself – please do not just point me to a tutorial.


I tried with the official CD Ubuntu Desktop A good test for me has been Google Earth. And to add a little more certainty, I booted up on a Natty kernel.

As an electronics hardware guy, I know when to give up. In case it does NOT works, copy this command into a paper: I think the correct command for step 2 is sudo X -configure: Sorry, I have been out of action for over a month, but am now back.

I have had a problem with video for the last few versions of Ubuntu, and for the last couple of versions at least have been running in a failsafe mode.