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Old 06-02-07, 09:00 PM   #19
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Default Re: I think I have lost my mind . . .

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Originally Posted by six_storm
KDE is just weird to me, it also takes more hardware resources. Even configured to my likings, I still never got used to it and all the "K's". K this, K that. Gnome has just always been better. I thought I had installed Enlightenment at one point but never fooled around with it. Oh well. Installing NV drivers for me for any version of Ubuntu pre-7.04 has been easy. However with the latest version, it wants to install it's own NV drivers and nothing else. Oh well.
100% agreed on KDE.

I just pm'd tis to someone else, worked perfect for me every time now on 32bit 7.04.
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I never could get the 64bit to work, but I'm on 32bit now running sweet.

a.) Dl the alternate install cd
b.) Install using vga and noapci
c.) sudo apt-get install libc6-dev
d.) Verufy the following packages are installed:

- make
-gcc
-linux-headers for your kernel. Do 'uname -r' minus quotes.
-pkg-caonfig
-xserver-xorg-dev
e.) Sudo apt-get remove nvidia-glx --purge
f.) sudo rm /etc/init.d/nvidia-kernel
g.) sudo nano /etc/default/linux-restricted-modules-common.

Change DISABLED_MODULES="" to DISABLED_MODULES="nv" save and exit.

Dl the 9755s. http://www.nvidia.com/object/linux_d..._1.0-9755.html

save them to where you like, do ctrl+alt+F1, then log in and do
'sudo /etc/init.d/gdm stop'

The last bit will be /kdm stop if you use KDE.

sudo sh NVIDIA_name_of_pkg...

Run nvidia xorg-config when it asks you, reboot and enjoy.
Maybe this will help??
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