8 July 2013
Today my day started with a problem because today I missed jogging and gym.
Then after reach the TCC I started working on my pending problem that is on draftsight. After some struggle Then suddenly I remind that bumble bee is installed in my laptop because bumble bee disable the NVIDIA driver of graphics and decrease the power consumpution.
Bumblebee aims to provide support for NVIDIA Optimus. Using Bumblebee,
you can use your NVIDIA card for rendering graphics which will be
displayed using the Intel card.
But its primary use is to enable smart power management of the dGPU
when graphic card is not in use.
So due to that when I’m trying to install draftsight. Its installation
is complete properly but it doesn’t works due to the reason of
So After removing the Bumble bee Draft sight works.
Before lunch my problem of draftsight is solved 🙂
But after lunch when i restart my laptop afterwards and logged in , all I could see was the Desktop background (together with Desktop icons), and no Unity interface. The Super button shortcut wasn’t showing the Dash, there was no top panel etc. 😦
Now one more problem due to that i was so upset but with the help of my friend Sukhdeep I was trying to solve the problem but no result found. but we keep on searching then we find that its a problem due to the unity.
but it not works
But at the end of the day problem solved
following are the command to solve that problem
1.Press Ctrl+Alt+T to open a terminal window.
2.At the terminal prompt, type ccsm. If the CompizConfig Settings Manager window appears, skip to step nn. If not, continue with step
3.Type sudo apt-get install compizconfig-settings-manager. Type your password when prompted.
4.At the next terminal prompt, type ccsm.
5.In CompizConfig Settings Manager, select the check box for the OpenGL plugin if it isn’t already selected.
6.Click the Ubuntu Unity Plugin item.
7.Select the Enable Ubuntu Unity Plugin check box, if it isn’t already selected.
8.Exit from the CompizConfig Settings Manager.
9.Press Ctrl+Alt+Delete. When asked, confirm that you want to log out.
10.Then reboot yours system
1.press Ctrl+Alt+f1 and login there then simply run the command
$Sudo apt-get install unity
2.After that press ctrl+alt+f7
3.open terminal and type a simple command
$sudo dconf reset -f /org/compiz/
and then type
It will surely works and yours all problem will be solved.
After that problem i found that struggle is a part of yours life and my point of view about struggle and problem is completely changed.
” Every solution to every problem is simple. It’s the distance between the two where the mystery lies”
SO ALL WAYS KEEP WORKING