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Right....I don’t think that’s how Ubuntu is supposed look -.-
The iso must be corrupted, the stick is fine

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    Nvidia drivers?
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    defect radeon card?
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    @stecchino nope
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    I might have found it...seems like the GPU is no longer supported (Radeon HD 4000 series)
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    wow😂 old skool!!
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    Well you need to read those bits....
    Who actually uses a monitor??
    Huh..
    /s
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    @gitlog Can’t get around it when installing it
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    @stecchino Yep
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    Google-fu will always help :) but it's probably something in Ubuntu specifically. Graphics drivers (at least the open source ones) lurk around within the kernel, and usually also have some userspace utilities installed but the main meat is in the kernel. This is why I usually compile my own - on numerous occasions (particularly in my daily driver Arch where the latest distribution kernel is kinda shoved down ze throat) I've cursed the maintainers for fucking up the config yet again. So whenever that happens I usually compile my own, uninstall the linux package (kernel, not distro!) and just compile and upgrade my kernel with my own config whenever I'd like to :)
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    @Condor How hard is that, or rather, how much do you have to look out for when doing that? Just wondering
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    @Condor I wanna learn too...
    Send links :)
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    @gitlog
    https://www.digitalocean.com
    https://cyberciti.biz
    https://tecmint.com
    Off the top of my head, those are the ones that I use most often 🙂

    And regarding kernel compilation, I usually use make localmodconfig and then tweak it using make nconfig.. Muntzing 😋
    The rest is just standard kernel build but it depends on distribution. Particularly in Ubuntu I've found it to be a royal pain in the ass.. on Arch on the other hand it's a lot easier. Regardless, their wikis should have distribution-specific instructions.
    As for how much you have to look out when building one.. eh, after a while you'll start to think of a kernel panic like "eh, I fucked up again". So always keep a known working kernel (previous compilation or whatever) on hand, so that when the need arises you can boot into that.
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    @Condor thanks 👍
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