Acid_Snake wrote:the monitor going out happens on many systems (happens on my laptop and desktop as well as other people I have installed it to)
ubuntu is just trying to autodetect monitor resolution but it will boot fine and catch the correct res before showing the desktop. I dont know about nvidia or ati but this seems to happen mostly on intel graphic cards.
Interesting. I had found that this was a common problem with some other people but no one seemed to have any solutions. The solutions that people did give had to do with typing in some codes and changing settings but I tried all of those methods and still nothing worked. I eventually just got rid of everything that had to do with Ubuntu because it was making it so I couldn't even log into Windows anymore because GRUB was starting to screw up.
On this current laptop, it's running AMD with a Radeon graphics card. That is probably where my problem lies. My last laptop also had AMD but I can't remember which graphics card it had...but on that one, it would start up into Ubuntu, get to the splash, the screen would go blank for a few seconds, then it would head into the normal Ubuntu interface.
Oh no, I'm not saying that at all. I know there are probably more users using Mac over Linux, but they really should have made the software available for all 3 when the PS Vita came out. That was very dumb on Sony's part to release a product then release the other part later knowing that people are going to need it when the device launches. Nothing wrong with Mac, just wondering why it's taking so long for Linux and Linux seems like a system that is easier to create applications for than the other two. It's even more odd because a few non-Sony developers started working on an OpenCMA for Linux before we had a working and stable one for Windows.
Devices: Playstation Vita Wifi, Playstation 3 Slim 160GB [jailbroken], Xbox 360 Slim 320GB, Windows 7 PC with Virtual Ubuntu 13.04 64-bit, iPhone 32 GB