New answers tagged 12.10
Have you tried checking for additional drivers using Broadcom connection (in "Software and Updates - additional drivers" or using Synaptic)? Maybe try checking this out (regarding a similar Realtek Ethernet Controller - RTL8111): http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=1661489
What I did was reload the repositories in my package manager. That made three new versions of the touchpad driver appear. I then installed one of the new Synaptics driver packages, and then restarted my computer. If you can't find what you need on the Main server, you should try downloading from the United States Server. Thomas Mahoney
I had a similar problem and came up with this solution, Connect the hard drive to a normal windows/Ubuntu machine via a USB-IDE adapter, run Unetbootin and use it to create a bootable drive on the USB mounted hard drive. Put the hard drive back into the old machine with no USB/CDrom drive. Works like a charm :-)
I am missing the volume icon in Xubuntu 14, and the solution here didn't work for me (I already had the Indicator plugin added to the panel). The only way that worked (and I also use this when the panel has other issues too), is to restart the panel, using: xfce4-panel -r I actually have this setup as an alias in ~/.bashrc since I run into panel issues as ...
Make sure that TCP port used by Transmission is open. Port settings are in Preferences/Network tab. You can get a list of open TCP ports by running a following command: netstat -lnt I picked port 51413 since port 51443 was closed (51443 was default for Transmission - in my case).** More about used "netstat" command: ...
I managed to solve a similar issue by killing the everpad-provider process. Try the following command, then see if it works again: killall everpad-provider
I reconnected HDMI cable to a second HDMI port on my monitor and it fixed the problem of "unknown display"
A working solution for me on Kubuntu 15.10 & Android 4.2.2 was following Requirements Android busybox app installed USB cable to your computer USB Debugging enabled on your android device (to be able to adb from your pc) Computer In your /etc/network/interfaces you need to have these two lines otherwise you'll get a no such device error ...
Top 50 recent answers are included