I am using Ubuntu
I have an LG 29" 21:9 monitor and it works great in Window$ at 2560 x 1080
my 27" widescreen works great in Both at 1920 x 1080
but my LG 29 Ultra...
huh, it edited the word ask ing?
he wasn't asking for permission, he was asking if it was possible
and yes it is...
I use Ubuntu, it is easy, make a DVD of (your choice), open the drive after you finalize it > when the disc starts to auto play it will allow you to...
I copied your post, you did put a space between the ": and the P"
but I will retry, thanks
nope, didn't forget to do step 1
it is clearly marked with 1. right?
I already us Netflix thru Wine, but i though i would try this too, here is what i got
"E: Unable to locate package pipelight-multi"
possibly but I don't wanna re install a distro, I just got this Ubuntu 64 bit in...lol
I know I may have to though
I think that is what I am using me doublecheck
ok I have installed 64 bit Ubuntu and have that card installed and am using the updated Nvidia drivers, but still glitches
Memory : 8 GiG
I am running the proprietary driver...lol
that was my point
it still wont run well
it works perfectly in Window$ 7 but the only thing I can think of is Linux doesn't like my TV
I ordered the video card suggested by RYANVADE and installed the Nvidia drivers
from the website, it still has the exact same issue...lol
I guess it...
I like blue things...and Linux
I have used it since I tried Red Hat back in 1990
well I think I may try Nvidia, I already have ATI and it blows, it wont let me run proprietary drivers
I am using Ubuntu 14.04 LTS 32-bit
when I watch Netflix it is kinda choppy
what is this cause and what would be the fix?
better video card?
not really, it just is kinda a clone to the drive on my MINI and when I drop something in (on my windows machine) it nearly instantly wi/fi's it to...
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