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So I have installed beryl, nvidia drivers for gforce fx 5200, and avant. Beryl and avant start on startup. I figured that out on my own (freaking Sweeet). Well heres what I have. I have the Microsoft wireless photo keyboard. So when I turn my Volume up or down. There is a white box that appears on my screen. My terminal window is completely white still after doing updates. and my awm dont show the launchers i have added to the application. Everything is a plain white box. Any Help would be really helpfull. Thanks

 

Distro-Ubuntu 7.10

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So I have installed beryl, nvidia drivers for gforce fx 5200, and avant. Beryl and avant start on startup. I figured that out on my own (freaking Sweeet). Well heres what I have. I have the Microsoft wireless photo keyboard. So when I turn my Volume up or down. There is a white box that appears on my screen. My terminal window is completely white still after doing updates. and my awm dont show the launchers i have added to the application. Everything is a plain white box. Any Help would be really helpfull. Thanks

 

and the distro you are using is ? please include this info so others may have an idea and be able to help you.

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So I have installed beryl, nvidia drivers for gforce fx 5200, and avant. Beryl and avant start on startup. I figured that out on my own (freaking Sweeet). Well heres what I have. I have the Microsoft wireless photo keyboard. So when I turn my Volume up or down. There is a white box that appears on my screen. My terminal window is completely white still after doing updates. and my awm dont show the launchers i have added to the application. Everything is a plain white box. Any Help would be really helpfull. Thanks

 

and the distro you are using is ? please include this info so others may have an idea and be able to help you.

 

 

UBUNTU 7.10

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hi, did you get the nvidia drivers from nvidia or via synaptic ? (repos)

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Yes I did. This is how I installed it.

 

sudo -i

 

apt-get install NVIDIA-Linux-x86-100.14.19-pkg1.run

 

it has fully installed and I have the Nvidia settings Location in Applications/System Tools On my Tool bar.

 

Screenshot-NVIDIAXServerSettings.png

 

Maybe this can tell you what I am working with. Its a samsung 40" lcd screen.

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