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I've been trying to figure this out for days and I'm at a total loss. If you can't get into your system at all, you may have to use the live CD and make this change on your installed system. When you have grub working you may need to edit the Ubuntu entry you are going to use, adding nomodeset where it says "splash" and "quiet". If you have to edit /boot/grub/you should make the changes to /etc/default/grub too so they will be permanent.Thanks - I got there in end by a fairly circuitous route. Let grub load, work out (you can't see it obviously) where the recovery mode is and load it. Run update grub bootloader to remount the file system in read/write mode 3to a root shell and open etc/default/grub in nano 4. Exit nano, save changes and run Update-grub 6.reboot and live happily ever [email protected], would you mind writing this up step by step as an answer to your own question?It's more complicated than natex's helpful answer.
Your best success with online dating in Russia will be in Moscow and Saint Petersburg.
These two big cities have the largest pools of singles from which to choose. In fact, some of the most beautiful women I have ever seen have been from Russia.
And while I tend to prefer the racial diversity of Brazil and Colombia, I have to make an exception for this part of the world.
I'm fairly new to Ubuntu and have just installed Ubuntu Server 12.04 on a spare machine to experiment and play with!
The installation went without problem, however, whenever the OS boots the monitor displays an error message saying the resolution is and I can't see to do anything - I can wait as long as I like, but nothing appears.
Ubuntu is the only OS installed so bypasses GRUB on boot, although the GRUB screen is also out of range if forced on startup.
I can access a shell from the recovery mode and I can get at a terminal through a live CD of the desktop version but have had little luck with it either.
Answering your own question is perfectly fine at Ask Ubuntu.
Online dating in Russia hasn’t taken off to the extent it has in other parts of the world.