I take it I would have to type in the the directory where the file is downloaded to before I can run it but how would I do that? I downloaded the drivers here But I don’t know what to do with the file. Where can I find out how to do that? What do I do? I just installed Home Questions Tags Users Unanswered. Ubuntu Forums Code of Conduct.

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Thank you in advance! February 16th, 6.

By using our site, you acknowledge that you have read and understand our Cookie PolicyLinuxx Policyand our Terms of Service. Page 1 of 2 1 2 Last Jump to page: Is there A beginners guide to Ubuntu where I could start from scratch because I really want this to work? Click close, and then double click the file and select the “run in terminal option”. I am running a different version of ubuntu than you, so all of this might be complete trash.

I still can’t open it. What version and flavour of Ubuntu are you using vanilla Ubuntu Fixed an X driver bug that caused gamma ramp updates of the green channel at depth 15, on some recent GPUs, to be ignored.


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I just installed For further information please visit our forum, https: 50m think you are telling me to boot without a GUI and use the comand line to run the file “as root”. I downloaded the file but what now? Originally Posted by Frimbleglim. Usually it is even offered automatically to be activated, and is usually working quite well with nvidia cards.

In the system settings there is an program called “additional drivers” which is very simple, and should give you the ability to install the driver. Anyway after several tries and errors i shut down the PC and restarted it. February 16th, 5. Because of this I figured I linuc to download the drivers like I would have needed to in Windows.

But I think I can help you run the file What do I do? It seems to be a.

Additional details and system requirements can be found at: Do I need to use the “Konsol”? Here are my questions: I have tried right clicking and opening properties, checking the box “saying allow file to run as a program”.


After that llnux figured it should be fine.

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Where can I find out how to do that? This may interact better with the rest of your distribution’s framework, and you may want to use this rather than NVIDIA’s official package.

Originally Posted by John Redcorn. I have a GUI that works after all but having paid for the graphics card it would be nice to use it.

Or is a manual installation of the linyx drivers a better Idea?

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