04/18 – Black screen when suspend – xubuntu continues

I have a Thinkpad E495 with an AMD Ryzen 7 with integrated graphics. I use the standard open source amdgpu driver and Xubuntu 18.04.4-LTS. If I stop in any way, e.g. For example, through the menu or by setting the Energy Manager to stop when you close the laptop lid, it appears to stop properly (i.e. the Energy LED is blinking slowly). When you continue (on / off switch or opening the lid), the indicator on the on / off switch lights up continuously, but the background lighting of the screen is never switched on. The screen just stays dark. I searched the forum and tried a number of suggestions (removing Light-Locker and using xscreensaver or xfce4-screensaver) and I still haven't found anything that works. Any suggestions?

GeForce 6200 (NV44) Xubuntu 18.04 (Kernel 5.2.x) driver

I have Xubuntu 18.04 with Linux 5.x kernel version. I have already tried to install the Nvidia driver via PPA:

sudo apt install nvidia-304

But does not work. I also tried to install the NVIDIA 304.137 driver with the following patch:

Nvidia drivers cannot be installed on Ubuntu 18.04

And does not work ..

Do you have any idea ??
Thank you very much

xubuntu – Changed behavior in wine application menus

Wine start menu entries are usually created under Wine Programs in the main menu.
And these files come from ~ / .local / share / applications / wine / Programs.

I recently deleted some menu items, but must have deleted something important because I now have a different behavior.

Files are read from ~ / .config / menus / applications-merged
and ~ / .local / share / desktop-directorys.

The applications in the menu are all moved to the main folder Menu / Wine / ("Everything Right Here").

I was just trying to delete everything and deleting and reinstalling wine, but the behavior remains.

How do I restore the simpler and cleaner behavior I'm familiar with?

The desktop in question is XFCE.

xubuntu – Ubuntu 18.04 Install – No option to erase hard drive and install Ubuntu

I am trying to install Ubuntu 18.04 from USB on my asus vivobook x509u. Delivered with Windows. When I go through the installation process, I never see the automatic partitioning options screen, like "Erase disk and install Ubuntu", but I am taken straight to the manual partitioning screen.

When I partition manually, I get an error that partitioning has failed (tried several times, including the following steps).

It is a new laptop with pre-installed windows. There is only one partition C drive, or we can say OS drive.

I can't install Ubuntu at all with this problem. Does anyone know why this would happen and how I can handle it?

Shutdown – Ubuntu 18.04 (also Xubuntu) and 19. do not shutdown the computer

OK, I know this has already been answered, but I can't add this to the original thread.
I have had this problem since installing 18.04. Now I'm replacing it with Xubuntu (much better OpSys, but that's another discussion!)

I'm using a Northgate Intel CPU with AMD Bios. There is an option to specify the operating system – recommended to choose Win 7. I left it at that because (apparently) there is no Linux choice. BUT there is an Andriod choice !!!

Problem solved! I just say & # 39;

Firefox in Xubuntu plays mp2t / .ts video files with very low / poor audio sound

Firefox Developer Edition current, v70, Ubuntu 18.04

mp2t / .ts Video is played well, but audio is played very distorted, very deep, as if the audio had been incredibly slowed down (even though it is playing at the same speed). I tried restarting without addons to no avail.

Any idea why this file format plays Deep Sounding from Firefox? However, it plays flawlessly when downloaded via mplayer or VLC, so I encounter a problem with a codec or back-end library that Firefox may be using.

Install Portable VirtualBox and Xubuntu on a USB drive

I am trying to set up my Ubuntu environment according to the recommendations of The Odin Project installation setup (https://www.theodinproject.com/lessons/prerequisites). I am trying to set up VirtualBox and Xubuntu so that they can be run from a USB drive so that I can either work on my local computer or my work computer (and I want to install as little as possible on the work computer anyway).

At the moment it seems that I have set up VirtualBox for the setup at https://www.vbox.me/. I created the virtual machine setup according to the instructions and saved the Xubuntu disc image file to the flash drive so I always have it with me. However, when I start the virtual desktop, I get the following error: Virtual machine startup error

I am using a 128 GB solid-state flash drive from Sandisk and am trying to follow all recommendations on the Odin project website.