How to fix intel video card freezing problem in Ubuntu 10.04
A few days ago Ubuntu 10.04 LTS was released. As the name states, this version is supposed to be very stable. But it's not quite true.
If you have an intel video card of i845, i855 and other 8xx chips, most likely you're going to face a freezing problem when booting your computer as mentioned on here.
This issue was known by ubuntu team and they provided a few solutions for it, but the instructions are not quite easy to understand for new Linux users.
In order to apply any of those changes, you need to boot your computer using a Linux live CD, preferably not that of Ubuntu 10.04. Once your computer is booted, you need to find out which partition holds your system files by issuing the following command:
After locating the partition that keeps your linux file systems, you need to mound it somewhere. In my case /dev/sda1 was the name of partition which held all the system files. So I ran the following command to mount that partition to /mnt directory:
Now you need to change your root directory using the following command:
You should be all set to follow the instruction on ubuntu's website now
I got my video card working by using the first solution.
Published On: May 2, 2010 --- Views: 3907
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