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I have a dual boot system: Windows XP & Kubuntu 7.10 and when i booted into my Kubuntu yesterday it did the automatic disk remounting....i Don;t know what this is but when it finished it asked for my unsername and password which i gave....it gave me a command line....i didnt know what 2 do so i rebooted and did the same thing except for this time it didnt remount it just went straight to the username and password.....but this wasn't the usuall boot screen it was like before and when i gave it again is gave me the command line i dont know what to do???? Can anyone help me?
From the command line try to reconfigure the xserver. At the command input:sudo dpkg-reconfigure xserver-xorg
This should start a text based wizard. Answer questions that you can. If there are any you can't then go with the given default answer. If at first you don't succeed then try again.If all else fails choose VESA of the driver.
I got a bunch of questions..i didnt know the answers 2....some of them didnt have defaults....
If i reinstalled Kubuntu 7.10 will this happen again?....because i dont have any important files there....
um...when i installed it it opened and it didnt work
it said that there were some missing dependencies, and when i clicked yess to install them, it game me a screen that said dkms
please install them manually
it cant be maximized or minmized
when right clicked it give a quit option and when clicked says if it needs to open next time and i said no....next time 'll try but if it doesnt work then ill come back