OpenSUSE :: Screen Resolution Changes Back Everytime When Restart The Computer

Mar 25, 2010

Every time I restart my computer the screen resolution changes back. I've recently started to use XFCE, it didn't do it in GNOME. what can I do to make it stay the same?

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Fedora :: FC13 Sick Of Rebooting To Get The Network Back Everytime Computer Goes To Sleep

Oct 12, 2010

"Sleep" is not supposed to permanently kill off the network service. restarting the NetworkManager / network services DOES NOT WORK. Why this blatent and crippling bug is allowed tp persist? I dont want to "rasberry reboot" like windows, this has been the only forced reboot

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OpenSUSE Install :: " Booting GRLDR / Turning On Gate A 20 / Bios Screen And Computer Does Nothing After Restart?

Sep 20, 2010

i started the installation programme and it went through a couple of options then says it has to restart the laptop when i restarted i got this message before the bios screen and then the computer does nothing

" Booting GRLDR.....
Turning on gate a 20 .... Success
Srating cmain() .... _"

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Ubuntu :: Screen Resolution Not Appropriate On Restart

Jun 8, 2011

I'm having trouble with x11...when I restart my laptop, the screen resolution is always reset to 1024x768. I set the resolution to the appropriate 1280x800 and everything is fine for that session, until I restart or re-login. Then the screen is reset back to 1024x768. Saving the x configuration file after resetting the resolution doesn't help. I'm using Nvidia's "Current Version" in the Addtional Drivers and making changes qwith "Nvidia X Server Settings".
Ubuntu 11.04 MacBook Pro 7.1

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Jul 9, 2011

Computer was working alright, no one was really using it anymore so I decided to reformat it and install Ubuntu. The whole install process went through but when I restarted the computer it was all glitchy and anything that came on screen would disappear after an instant and then come back. Makes reading anything extremely hard. Realized I only have 256 MB of RAM which is probably a big problem which I understand but I need a solution to fix this. Any older versions of ubuntu or other linux distributions that I should try?

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Ubuntu :: Can't Get Screen Resolution Back To Normal / Resolve This?

Aug 16, 2011

I am unable to return my screen resolution back to the 1024x setting. Somehow I got it stuck on the 340? setting, which is not allowing me to see/access the dialog box save button when I go to preferences, display. Anyone know a way out of this mess?

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Ubuntu Installation :: Black Screen After Restart The Computer?

Jun 25, 2010

Have tried to install 10.04 from a cd sent to me by ubuntu. lts on an x-windows medion pc mt7 (med mt 345). Previously comp. was running windows xp pro. After pressing restart at end of install process I get nothing! Black screen, no mouse control , no keyboard control, nothing at all.

Have tried putting cd in again but get nothing, on pressing restart the cd was politely ejected. Have tried rebooting a few times but get no response. Everything is switched on. So now I cannot even get a terminal up, the only thing I am fairly certain about is that the computer is sending a signal to the screen as there is Not a "no signal" message.

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Ubuntu :: Sudden Black Screen Until Restart Computer

Jul 23, 2010


this is my AGP card. My problem is while using ubuntu.. i experience sudden black screen and when the black screen appears it appears for forever until i restart the my computer, it happens suddenly and many times and im having this problem in ubuntu only never experienced in windows.. as i kicked of windows and using ubuntu so i am having this problem regularly. I am using Ubuntu 10.04 Lucid. Ram 512. And i am 10 days Old in ubuntu

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Fedora :: Change Lib Symlink Everytime Restart F14?

Feb 19, 2011

Because I am working with some 3d software, and to be able to start it I need to symlink and from /usr/lib64/ to and from /usr/lib64/catalyst/ folder. I move existing libs to new names by adding .bak at the end of file name.

But everytime I restart machine soemthing changes linking from (in catalyst folder) to (in usr/lib64/ folder), original file. And I can not start 3d software. Can I stop that from happening somehow? Why is that happening at all?

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Ubuntu :: Screen Resolution Changed Automatically And Wont Change Back?

Apr 22, 2011

when i was sleeping my computer restarted itself and when i signed back in all the windows were huge. the resolution is set at 900x600 and no other option makes the windows smaller.

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General :: Manually Unmount Partitions Everytime Shutdown - Restart / Should I Do It?

Mar 21, 2010

I edited fstab file and added my hdd partitions to it. just wondering should i manually unmount my partitions everytime i shutdown or restart.

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Ubuntu :: Computer Goes Back To Login Screen With No Reason?

May 28, 2011

I have Natty, and from time to time Computer goest back to login screen. Is there any reason for this?

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OpenSUSE Install :: Hybernate Doesn't Work - Goes Black - Back To User Icon Screen To Log Back

Sep 1, 2011

i have noticed that if vista is not the active partition, hybernate does not work. it just goes black and then back to the user icon screen to log back in. another "slight" problem was that i was not able to apply a service pack. after restoring vistas dominance i was able to install the pack. is there any other work arounds for hybernate? even though you might not be interested in cleaning up after microsoft.

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Ubuntu :: Resolution Gets Reset Everytime On Reboot After Nvidia?

Mar 23, 2010

I installed Nvidia 195 version from their site and installed as per their instruction. Now, on reboot the resolution gets "800*600" while it should be "1366*768". What should I do?

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Ubuntu :: Computer / Monitor Resolution Mismatch - Huge Black Border On Screen?

Nov 14, 2010

on a 6-7 years old compaq laptop, connected to a brand new hp monitor i am having a mismatch with computer/monitor resolution.

before i had ubuntu 10.04 which could only run in x's safe graphics mode - allowing for full screen resolution but with handicapped graphics - for example videos fullscreen would be quirky and run with cpu at 100%, something which was no problem before 10.04.

then i tried ubuntu 10.10 and later lubuntu 10.10 (which had exactly the same problem); the monitor is running 1440x900 while the computer is rendering to only 1024x768 - leaving a huge black border on right and bottom of screen. the gfx is still crippled; videos fullscreen is quirky as before.

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Ubuntu :: Everytime Start The Browser After Log In Kubuntu The Levels Go Back To The First One

May 30, 2011

Everytime I start the browser after log in Kubuntu the levels go back to the first one. I'm using Chrome 11.0.696.71

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OpenSUSE Install :: Computer Does Not Shut Down / Restart

Oct 2, 2010

Brand-new to Linux. Using a computer with openSUSE 11.3 (64-bit) freshly installed. Install went flawlessly without any kind of error messages.

Hardware used: MSI X58 Eclipse, Intel i7-920, 6 GB memory, Seagate 500 GB SATA.
openSUSE is the only OS installed.

After the install is finished, all programs work fine. HOWEVER when I try to shut down/restart the computer nothing happens! I basically have to use the power off button to shut down...

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Aug 9, 2011

recently I installed opensuse 11.4 in my Dell optiplex 790 desktop. everything works well. however, when I tried to restart or shutdown my computer . the computer logoff and then "freeze" at opensuse window. I have to turn off the power button forcely and turn on the computer again.

My computer configuration:
DELL Optiplex 790
Intel i5 3.1G with HD intel graphic card
Bios revision A05
Memory 8G

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Ubuntu :: /etc/resolv.conf Lost Everytime Reboot Computer?

Aug 22, 2010

It appears that /etc/resolv.conf back to default everytime I reboot my computer.I've added these 2 lines to resolve some DNS issue.Quote:

nameserver[URL]Your advise to make /etc/resolv.conf untouchable even after reboot would be highly appreciated.

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General :: Disable Automatic Login 10.04 Everytime Computer Awakens?

May 10, 2010

ubuntu 10.04. My computer is left on all the time. My computer's screensaver comes on 10 minutes after last keystroke. Which is fine. However, when I return to use the computer and disengage the screensaver, ubuntu ALWAYS requires my password to continue. How do I stop ubuntu from asking me my password everytime I wake my computer up?

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OpenSUSE Install :: Can't Increase Resolution Than At Least Stretch The Screen To Full Screen?

Aug 27, 2011

I recently upgraded my graphics card from a Geforce 7600GS to a Gefore 560Ti. And while most things are normal, during boot up my screen isn't "full screen" until X is started, after which everything else is fine. Essentially, all display, the grub menu, the splash screen, console text, etc, is within a box on the screen, with 2" on the left and right, and 1" top and bottom of empty blackness.

From what I understand, this is because the framebuffer is using the wrong resolution, but the maximum resolution that hwinfo --framebuffer returns is 1280x1024 (which I am already using "0x031a".) (My monitors is natively 1920x1080) Is it possible to do something about this? If not increase resolution than at least stretch the screen to full screen?

sudo /usr/sbin/hwinfo --framebuffer
02: None 00.0: 11001 VESA Framebuffer
[Created at bios.459]
Unique ID: rdCR.GGyCBArXznD
Hardware Class: framebuffer
Model: "NVIDIA GF104B Board - 10400050"


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OpenSUSE Hardware :: Max Screen Resolution - Screen Goes Blank When Click On The Display Icon In System Settings

Jan 11, 2011

i have just put a Geforce 7300 GT graphic card into my machine the problem is the max resolution I can get is 1024x768 at 60 hz the screen is a benq fp71g+. also the screen goes blank when i click on the display icon in system settings. i know that the screen can be run at 1280x1024 so I don?t know where the problem is.

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Ubuntu :: Conky Quirk - How To Get Conky To Start Normally Without Having To Do Manual Restart Everytime Login

Jun 26, 2011

I have conky installed and set up as a startup application, however everytime I log out and back in conky creates itself as a new window:

How can I get conky to start normally without having to do a manual restart everytime I login?

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Debian Configuration :: Bad Superblock On Ext4 Filesystem - Everytime - Computer Powered Off - Clock Resets To 1999

Jan 15, 2010

I added an ext4dev filesystem to my hard drive as /dev/sda3 and mounted at /share with the goal of putting all of my multimedia files on it and sharing it through NFS. I followed this guide: [url]

Of course, this was from lenny (hence the -dev). The partition was fine, and I mounted it numerous times. I also performed a dist-upgrade to squeeze. I shutdown that computer with the usual 'shutdown -h now' and disconnected the AC power cord from it, because I wasn't planning on using that machine for awhile. As far as I could determine, everything was fine before I unplugged it.

Every time that computer is powered off, the clock resets to 1999 because the battery is bad. So I am used to getting the "last mount time is in the future" error.

Three weeks after halting, I powered the computer back on. It was unplugged until this point. I got an error message when it attempted to mount /dev/sda3

I then removed its line from /etc/fstab, rebooted. and tried to check it, but I just keep getting the same error-- even with the '-b 8193' option.

The machine is still using the 2.6.26 kernel from lenny. I am building a new one right now (2.6.30), hoping that the problem is caused by the ext4dev/ext4 module. Otherwise I don't know what to do.

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OpenSUSE Install :: Stop Boot Screen AND RESTART?

Jan 7, 2011

I have a small question for you my friends."HOW CAN STOP BOOT SCREE AND RESTART ,WHAT KEYS ARE NEED?"I want to say thisC starts and I want to stop in whatever one point to read the messsage ,especially when I see "failed".I have 2 points with failed I can't have enough time because it's going fast.Of course I read the boot messages from /var/log but they are too long and to be honest evan I used in "gedit" the option "find" to search of raws with "failed" I can find some ,but other not.That's I think when PC start and if I can stop/PAUSE the boot process using some key combination I note and after I cancel "PAUSE" and PC continue the booting process.

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Feb 24, 2011

installation opensuse 11.3 and kde 4.4 after update to kde 4.6, work fine, but problem is login screen is low like 640x350...? i wanted to change from lowtion to high 1024x768?when i start opensuse and begin to login was low resolution and log in my user and it's low resolutiona dn i change screen from setting system (kde) after change high display is works fine and rebbot same low resolution for LOGIN MANAGER how i can change it??

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OpenSUSE Install :: Black Screen (11.2) On Restart After Installing Some Items

Nov 11, 2010

A few glitches aside, 11.2 has been very good. Today I installed realcrypt. While in yast, I noticed some other items were set to install. I accepted them along with realcrypt. After the install, clicking the -more applications- button (gnome) did not display the menu, just the mouse wait indicator. After a few tries, I decided to restart. Clicking shutdown did not present the normal menu, but instead instantly shutdown. On restart, I noticed 3-ish orphaned inode(?) messages. After boot completes I'm left with a black screen.I'm running 11.2 Gnome raid-1. The raid array appears to be fine. It emails status on boot, and I received those emails (via google) on the my laptop. I can boot to runlevel 1, so the question is, once there where do I look for cause / fix.

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Ubuntu :: Grub4Dos Error / Tried To Switch Back To Computer Control And Computer Went Black?

Jan 9, 2010

Here's the situation:

I have Ubuntu 9.1 with wubi and Vista on my laptop. I was playing my laptop through the TV, then I tried to switch it back to computer control and the computer went black. I had to hold to power button to restart, and suddenly grub4dos starts up when I try to launch ubuntu. I can still launch Vista. Is there anything I can do to save my system? At the very least, I would like to be able to copy data from my ubuntu system to my vista system. How can I do that? I can't find C:/ubuntu/disks. It doesn't seem to exist.

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Jan 4, 2011

Running new installation of 11.3 with KDE Desktop. I have sorted out text appearance and size thanks to pwabrahams in another thread but I have a big problem with screen size/resolution.

In previous installation of 11.1 on the same machine I was able to change the resolution of the graphics in order to fit the windows on the screen more comfortably. I used to use something like 1240 x 1048 but in the System Settings > Computer Administration > Display the resolution is set at 832 x 624 and no higher resolutions are offered.

I cannot find out the details of the embedded graphics controller (10 year old Dell PE6300 server) but the system information report it as ATI Mach64 GI with swrast (No 3D acceleration) version 7.8.2. I have spent several hours reading the many pages on graphics in this forum and have concluded that I should probably be using a legacy driver but have no idea how to change the driver. Of course if it were possible to increase the resolution to 1240 X 1048 without recourse to changing driver that might do it if I knew what setting to tweak.

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OpenSUSE Install :: Dell M4500 Black Screen, No Video After First Restart?

Aug 22, 2010

having trouble during the openSUSE 11.3 installation on my new computer. Basically after it is done copying files and once it restarts for the first time during the installation to do the automatic configuration no video appears and the screen is black.The laptop hardware is:

intel QM57 chipset
i7 extreme 920xm
quadro fx 1800m

am tired of windows 7 and it's deficiencies and would like to continue using this great operating system on my new computer.

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