- Created a new partition on Windows 10
- Used www.pendrivelinux.com to put Ubuntu 16.10 on USB
- Restart computer and press F8
- Shows I can boot into the USB or the partition I created
- I have tried both and they both give me startup screen
- Clicked "Install Ubuntu" then monitor says "No Signal"
- I hear the startup drum sound but nothing displays
- I figure that Ubuntu cannot recognize my GTX970
- I looked it up and said "use nomodeset" but I doesn't display F-Key options.. Only "Try Ubuntu / Install Ubuntu.."
Any Suggestions..?submitted by /u/senpai_eric
As part of today's GNOME 3.23.2 development snapshot towards the GNOME 3.24 desktop environment, several core components and apps from the GNOME Stack received many improvements and new features.
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Hello all, I was wondering if it was possible to take a gaming laptop with a dedicated GPU like a 1060. If I want to run Arch as the main OS and run Windows 10 on a VM. Is it possible for me to have Windows 10 use the 1060 for gaming and Arch to use the graphics on the CPU. So when I do work I can run Arch and when I want to game I can with Windows 10 using the 1060. Any information on the topic would be great thank you.submitted by /u/DrunkenMenaceNinja
GNOME Project's Michael Catanzaro sent us an email earlier today to inform us about the general availability of the second development snapshot of the upcoming GNOME 3.24 desktop environment for Linux-based operating systems.