A senior community member left a comment stating my answer was incomplete, even though it worked for me when I tested on my machine. The components he stated were missing were actually installed correctly on my machine. I do not want to be misleading other members if my answer is incorrect. I prepared a response to the comment (quoted below) but thought but I would approach Meta first for advice on how to handle before I add it (dont want things to get ugly) and the answer is starting to get down voted.
There are 2 options
- Remove the question and answer (as it worked for me only) and won't. benefit others
- Update the answer with the correct resolution (something I personally cannot do).
Proposed response to the comment @Bruno, I just read your comment and checked out what you state I was missing (according to your comment note). FYI, I appear to have a fully working video driver. But I am not technical and I need to trust the community to help me on this.
Firstly, I went to Synaptic Manager and lib32gccl, libc6-i386 & ia32-libs-multiarch where already installed (they were not missing).
Secondly, I also ran the
sudo code you said I was missing (see the output) As you can see output stated I already have the newest version(s).
I have 2 objectives here,
To make sure my video drivers are installed correctly on my machine. (if they are not, I need the communities assistance).
To make sure others can benefit from this Question and answer (without confusion).
I ran the code in the from the Ubuntu Document community it was trouble free and I had no issues, everything performed as described and I appear to have a fully working video driver. I need someone (anyone) from the community to give me the correct answer, as I do not want to leave a legacy were others will fail by reading this Q&A.. If what I have done is incorrect I want to avoid future issues please update the answer with what is right (but please test it first) as I did.