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I would simply try to go with the instructions in the Readme file of the github repo... First... install git sudo apt-get install git Clone the repository: git clone https://github.com/gnab/rtl8812au cd rtl8812au compile the module... make sudo cp 8812au.ko /lib/modules/$(uname -r)/kernel/drivers/net/wireless sudo depmod sudo insmod 8812au.ko If ...


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You could try this: http://forums.linuxmint.com/viewtopic.php?f=47&t=172796#p1009080 It provides separate printers for different output quality (different image resolutions, grayscale, etc.), asking you where to store the result. It refers to Linux Mint, which is based on Ubuntu and so should work there, too.


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From Why is VirtualBox only showing 32 bit guest versions on my 64 bit host OS make sure that: Intel Virtualization Technology and VT-d are both enabled in the BIOS The Hyper-V platform is disabled in your Windows Feature list.


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Based on Urgazhi's answer, you can do the following: Open the file $HOME/.steam/steam.sh in a text editor Add these as the first two lines of the file: export LD_PRELOAD='/usr/$LIB/libstdc++.so.6' export DISPLAY=:0 Save and launch steam normally.


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simply it works, 64-bit cpu is called AMD64 eve n if it's an intel cpu because AMD was first to release a 64 bit cpu


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apt-get install the packages from the http://packages.ubuntu.com/ repository. Ubuntu cache all the packages metadata in the computer. You can search your packages using the following command. sudo apt-cache search "package keyword" search the HDF5 library in the ubuntu package repository. sudo apt-cache search "hdf5" The command will show the packages ...


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I'd switch to 64Bit. Reason is that Linux apps come in both flavors and even if they don't you can simply compile them on your system. Another reason is that nowadays, RAM is pretty darn cheap so, if you were to say, double your memory, staying with 32bit would severely limit you.


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I struggle with the same issue on a newly installed x64 machine. The WoL worked with the identical BIOS settings when running windows.


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Here are the things that currently WORK with Ubuntu 15.10 on the most common Bay Trail hardware. - Touch - Sound (only on some) - USB and USB OTG - Orientation, Gyroscope (very few) - ACPI, Battery Detection, Brightness (most tablets do not sleep correctly) WiFi and Bluetooth do not work for 99% of Bay Trail SDIO chips. Prerequisites 1. OTG cable, I ...


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So, after a year and a half of trying to figure this out (off and on, of course), I finally have an answer. (And, I'm frankly a little embarrassed by how long it took). All that needs to be done is edit the file at /etc/ltsp/dhcpd.conf. Here's a copy of the new file to those who may be interested (you'll notice the mentions to i386 commented out and amd64 ...


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You could do this: Dowland the package from http://steampowered.com and then appgrid sudo apt-get install appgrid or sudo dkms-reconfigure steam sudo apt-get install --reinstall steam sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get upgrade sudo apt-get dist-upgrade and it might work fine this way.


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First, try installing the 64 bit version to see if that will resolve the problem. Run the following command: sudo apt-get install libstdc++5 Please post any more errors. EDIT: Okay, then install the i386 version like so: sudo apt-get install libstdc++5:i386 Please post any more errors.


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You have to install the i386 version of Wine, you can do so using these commands: sudo dpkg --add-architecture i386 After that run: sudo apt-get update && sudo apt-get install wine-bin And lastly run: winecfg To test the Wine i386 version.



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