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Old 02-16-2015, 02:01 PM   #1
bear70
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when i turn my PC on that says ubuntu,recovery and bios i think i click on ubuntu then get a black screen with a blinking cursa tonight i typed in start x and it loaded PC worked how it should but why doesn't it go straight to the page were i put my password in, i should get ubuntu with dots underneath, then the screen to put my password in but i don't and if i shut my PC down it takes longer then i cant get internet and i have to keep returning to the page and click ubuntu eventually it boots up my friend suggested i type start x on the black screen which i did tonight i am aware its probley something i did when i first loaded ubuntu os i had the PC built for me with no os onit because i wanted a fresh linux/ubuntu systen
 
Old 02-16-2015, 02:20 PM   #2
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If you installed the desktop version and not server, it should just boot as you describe with an introduction login screen. If you haven't gone too far with modifications, try re-installing fresh.
 
  


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