This setup installs the primary driver in system images gbl-2.04.
Version “pure” has only a minimal set of drivers needed to boot the system.
The video includes the following packages:
Combustible list of installed packages, you can see here.
The system does not include installed metapackages, such as “xorg” to improve the work of “GBL” and cooperation with other programs, perform installations additives.
Install the package “xorg” binds to downloading and installing dependencies. A more sensible approach is to choose the appropriate package for your hardware.
Command [inxi -F] will give us information about the hardware.
Then, depending on your devices, install, support basic video:
Intel - sudo apt-get install xserver-xorg-video-intel
Ati - sudo apt-get install xserver-xorg-video-radeon
Nvidia - sudo apt-get install xserver-xorg-video-nouevau
Some players may require additional video libraries associated with the drivers.
In addition, it may be helpful package “ubuntu-drivers-common”[sudo aptitude install ubuntu-drivers-common]
Using ubuntu-drivers, the available commands are described below:
usage: ubuntu-drivers [-h] [--package-list PATH] <command>
List/install driver packages for Ubuntu.
<command> See below
-h, --help show this help message and exit
--package-list PATH Create file with list of installed packages (in
debug: Print all available information and debug data about drivers.
autoinstall: Install drivers that are appropriate for automatic installation.
devices: Show all devices which need drivers, and which packages apply to them.
list: Show all driver packages which apply to the current system.
Thus you can get the list of package names with sudo ubuntu-drivers devices and then install the respective packages using aptitude or apt-get.
After installing the one you want to use, you have to remove the one that you ‘do not want to use. This will force Ubuntu to use the one you installed.
Installing the Nvidia proprietary drivers – http://gobanglinux.org/forum/topic/nvidia-driver