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Ubuntu :: Boot With Graphic Mode?


aftar install bluez package , ubuntu boot with text mode and can't boot with graphic mode and have not graphic environment.run command following,but no fix problem:dpkg-reconfigure xserver-xorgCode:startxX/etc/init.d/gdm startaptitude reinstall xubuntu-desktop


View 2 Replies (Posted: March 22nd, 2010)

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