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Month: February 2014

Re: [trinity-users] TDE depends on xorg

From: dep <dep@...>
Date: Fri, 14 Feb 2014 10:28:23 -0500
said Michael Howard:

| > in december i built a new machine, which has nvidia graphics instead
| > of the previous ATI. moving the drives over went smoothly enough, but
| > booting is peculiar: if i just boot from the grub2 screen, it goes
| > along for a bit and then locks solid before getting fully booted. if,
| > however, i choose to boot in repair mode, which oddly goes into
| > framebuffer and then produces a normal text-based screen of choices
| > and select "boot normally," it boots . . . normally.
| You don't say what OS or Version but I would take a look at the grub
| command line to she exactly how it's booting. It sounds like the
| original command line from your previous install. It needs tweaking by
| the sounds of things.

a debian-derivative -- ubuntu or kubuntu, don't remember which -- 12.04 
LTS, 64-bit.

and yes, i agree it needs tweaking -- just don't know the tweaks. the whole 
frame buffer thing is a little nutty to me. could have dealt with it in 
lilo, but i do not know grub or grub2 at all well.

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