qwak wrote:Yes I know Mandriva has less information around. Everything is for Ubuntu. That's why I tried with the Buntus and Mint and even Dreamlinux. Because I never find answers to the many problems of Linux within the Mandriva forums and searches.
But I find Mandriva better in most ways. Still, I use Linux only secondarily. It's more a hobby than a reality. It's in the stone age compared to Windows (I am talking about from the avergae home/office user point of view). The programs are rubbish, installations are kafkian, the code and the teminal and the permissions are from the 80's, the design is very ugly, it lacks lots of drivers, etc, etc, etc. Not a real alternative for every day use for the average user not interested in computers as a hobby.
faraz_k86 wrote:So I switched to linux mint, its a pimped out version of ubuntu, you should try it
edit: i see you already gave mint a try. Thats wierd mint worked perfectly for me
qwak wrote:This is the driver you need for Mint7-Ubuntu9.04, just double click to install it, log off and log in again and it should be in the highest resolution of your computer. I it hadn't changed automatically try to go to screen configuration and see if you can select it from there.
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