Originally Posted by saman_artorious
Well, my system graphics card is RADEON (ATI), when I installed ubuntu desktop 11.04 n headed for the additional driver for the first time, it suggested me to install the ATI driver, but the installation failed. I think this has to do something with that. So, now, what do you think? how can i get rid of fglrx?
Since the auto-install of fglrx
already failed, you don't have it installed so you've already gotten rid of it.
If you're asking how you can use
of the nVida
one, then you need to change the auto-install files and restore the libraries that nVdia
installation would have "messed up." (nVidia
usually installs it's own graphics libraries in place of the xorg
ones, or at least the symbolic links to the actual libraries.) Sometimes an uninstall of the nVidia
driver will clean up things.
On the other hand, if you actually have both video cards in your laptop computer (which would normally require MAJOR hardware and BIOS modifications) you may have a real problem since nVidia
won't work with the standard libraries, and fglrx
requires its own libraries and the standard ones.