I am currently using the Arc Application and Shell theme. These artifacts have appeared X button overlap with artifact
This occurs on any shell theme other than default.
I remember seeing a similar post in the past but I can’t find it anymore.
How do I get rid of this
My monitor. It happened when i try to install drivers for my GPU on my laptop don’t know what to do since i’m still a complete noob at this.
My laptop specs (Dell Inspiron): 4GB Ram,125GB SSD,2.4Ghz i3 and my GPU is Amd Radeon HD series and i’m running in the latest ubuntu LTS. I was planning to use my laptop and connect it to the tv and use it to watch videos.
Every time I install ubuntu on a laptop and close the lid (I think it goes to sleep then). If I open the lid again the background image is black or very weird like this:image
I am using ubuntu 19.04. I don’t know if this is relevant but this is my gpu: GeForce 940MX/PCIe/SSE2
Does someone know how I can fix this. My laptop is completely usable and I feel stupid for asking this. But if someone knows how to fix this please let me know.
Thanks in advance!
NOTE: There are many questions with similar title, but their answers doesn’t seem to work with my problem, so please don’t report as duplicate.
I had not used my pc for a month, the last time I used my pc, Ubuntu was working great. Today(after a month), when I turned on my pc, booting got stuck on a black screen, with some text written on it. I don’t understand what is written(too much technical terms). And at last line “intramfs” is written and I can type and enter any command into it(just like terminal). Please see the picture.
And ubuntu version is 19.04(install was smooth and I faced no problems), and is dual booted alongside windows 10(which works correctly).
I just replaced the hard drive in my home server with a larger one, and now I get a weird not-quite-booted state. I’m running Ubuntu 16.04 LTS (yeah yeah, I know I need to update).
The procedure I used was as follows:
- Ran an update.
- Rebooted to be sure it was working.
- Shut down.
- Removed old HD from the server (called “Yemaya”).
- Put old and new HD into an entirely different computer (called “Darth”).
- Booted Darth off a live USB of CloneZilla.
- Did a device-to-device clone of from the old HD to the new HD.
- Shut Darth down.
- Booted Darth off a live USB of GParted.
- Expanded the partitions on the new HD to fill the available space.
- Shut down Darth.
- Removed both HDs from Darth.
- Put the new HD into Yemaya.
- Hooked it up and turned it on.
It POSTs fine:
It starts booting:
I allowed the fsck to run; no errors were reported any time I tried it.
Aaaaand at that point it switches to a blank, black screen.
The system is there. If I let it sit for about five minutes, eventually the monitor loses signal and starts searching for one. But if I tap any key on the keyboard, then the monitor finds a signal immediately and resumes displaying an empty black screen. So it’s responding to keyboard input.
I tried SSH’ing into it, but it did not work. I can’t ping it. Whatever is going wrong must be happening before the network gets started.
I can cause it to reboot by pressing CTRL+ALT+DELETE. When I do, it shows me the Ubuntu shutdown screen:
And then it reboots. I can boot it into recovery mode:
dmesg, but it had nothing interesting to say. All of my partitions mounted fine. Everything in the recovery mode console appears to work normally.
It feels like it must be a problem with the video driver, but how? I didn’t touch that! The data on the disk is a bit-for-bit copy of the original. The only thing that changed was the disk capacity.
The system is rather elderly. Hardware:
- Mainboard: Intel D945GSEJT Johnstown
- CPU: integrated Atom processor (N270 @ 1.333 GhZ, one core, 512 KB -cache)
- RAM: 2 GB of the fastest the board would take
- Original HD: Western Digital Scorpio Black WD3200BEKT 320GB 7200 RPM
- New HD: Western Digital Scorpio Black WD7500BPKT 750GB 7200 RPM
Using Intel® HD Graphics 520 I get a black screen after locking my laptop. Doing
Ctrl+Alt+F7 ‘fixes’ it by bringing the login screen back. However, if I use any application in fullscreen after this, it’ll get ‘stuck’ and require the same workaround.
How can I fix this?
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I have a custom built desktop with a Ryzen 1800x CPU and Radeon RX 580 GPU. Ubuntu has been working perfectly fine on this desktop until recently. I went to live boot 19.04 (after I had issues with my current install) but I am met with a black screen on boot. I went back and tried again with safe graphics enabled and it worked perfectly. However, after I installed it, I now have the same issue I had when I initially tried the live USB. I checked the integrity of the .iso and I have tried multiple different distros (Ubuntu, Manjaro, Clear, and Fedora). I am familiar with issues like this happening with Nvidia cards, but I have never had an issue with my AMD card on Linux. Any ideas? Thanks in advance!
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