al@P5Q:/var/log$ ls | grep Xorg
You need to look at your X server's log file, Xorg.0.log it resides
under /var/log on Slackware.
BTW the video drivers are loaded by the X server (vid drivers do not
show with the lsmod command - at least it's this way on slackware).
Above log file tells you which vid driver(s) loaded successfully or not.
BTW, FWIW, in the slackware forum (I regularly follow this forum for
years and years) at linuxquestions.org for longer than the last 7 or 8
months, many (unhappy) posts about Intel video driver. Such driver been
under heavy development (generally impacts stability ie covers many
models Intel vid hardware - the challenge to not break other Intel
hardware models while improving for some models). Some those posts,
they get it to working alright.
if that is the problem it seems like it should be a LOT
more common, shouldn't it?
How many people are using Notetab in Wine on your version of Ubuntu with
the same Intel vid hardw as yours?
How many members are there on this ntb-linux emailing list?
If that other poster who is also with the same prob could do lspci as
you did and then post the results.
> as requested, here is my lspci info
> laptop WITH the black border problem:
> 00:00.0 Host bridge: Intel Corporation Mobile 4 Series Chipset Memory
> Controller Hub (rev 09)
> 00:02.0 VGA compatible controller: Intel Corporation Mobile 4 Series
> Chipset Integrated Graphics Controller (rev 09)
> 00:02.1 Display controller: Intel Corporation Mobile 4 Series Chipset
> Integrated Graphics Controller (rev 09)
> I can see that my desktop is using nVidia and my laptop is using Intel
> drivers, but if that is the problem it seems like it should be a LOT
> more common, shouldn't it?