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It's not the same model, but I have a realtek in my HP (RTS5229) and the Realtek drivers from here work perfectly.


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I am not sure if 14.04 would be different from 13.10 in this matter, but in my 13.10 installation, and with Huawei EC1260 (device shown in lsusb for my Reliance Netconnect dongle), I never had to install any driver or dialer. Cold start your computer. Insert the dongle. Wait till a message pops up near the indicator panel about a new device. Then click ...


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For what is is worth: nvidia-smi prints the same for me, the diff being facts: I have a GTX 780 and nvidia-settings correctly tells I have version 340.17 of the drivers. $ uname -a Linux wkbox 3.16.0-031600-generic #201408031935 SMP Sun Aug 3 23:36:11 UTC 2014 x86_64 x86_64 x86_64 GNU/Linux Why does it say Not Supported for Compute processes? ...


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The recipe to build a custom module might need to be split in thee sections. Setup once $ cd ~ $ apt-get source linux-source-3.13.0 I am too lazy to copy the mvsas specific driver source files, just copy them all to your current working directory. $ cd linux-3.13.0 $ make oldconfig $ make prepare $ make scripts This will prepare some files necessary ...


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Never done it, but this is where I'd start. If the hardware is unique to each machine: Install Ubuntu. Install proprietary graphics card drivers (people will suggest using the open source ones, but ignore them.) Test to see that your hardware works (eg: sound, networking). If any hardware doesn't work then search for info online about needed drivers, and ...


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OK So you broke X, will will have to re install the system You will need your live DVD/USB,or you have to make one. Boot the live medium and choose install Ubuntu If you see an option to upgrade Ubuntu 14.04 to 14.04 (or someting like this UPGRADE is the important word) (at the top) use this to re install If not, that's OK choose something else ...


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The USB3.0 Displaylink devices do NOT support Linux In particular, this includes the Displaylink DL3XXX-generation and newer. Displaylink has no intention to make a driver in foreseeable future. See this thread. Wim of Displaylink wrote on 08-17-2012: We don't have any ETAs at the moment, and still looking at the best path to do this. One issue is ...


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Try with installing Universal camera drivers in Ubuntu. sudo apt-get install libsbigudrv2 libsbigudrv0 Then Install GUVCview and see wheather it opens the camera. sudo apt-get install guvcview


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So, the old camera is not supported? Let's see what we can do... You can imagine to work on a driver for it, you said? But will it be worth it to do that work? Currently, we do not know what the work will be to get a driver for the camera. It may be insanely difficult, or pretty easy - let's jump into our example to get a better overview: You were ...



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