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Please see this site for details as to how to find the network information for your printer, under Network settings confirmation. http://www.canon.co.uk/support/consumer_products/pixma_printer_wireless_connection_setup/mg3550_printer_wireless_connection_setup/ Next, using the Printer settings tool, use the URI of ipp://<address>:631/lpr where address ...
Yeah you can mount another installation and trick it into thinking you're using it. It's called chroot. Boot to your Live environment and open a terminal. We need to start by finding out what the real installation partition is called. It'll look like /dev/sdb1 but use sudo fdisk -l to find out for certain. sudo mount /dev/sdb1 /mnt for i in /dev /dev/pts ...
OK, so I Installed package ubuntu-restricted-extras:sudo apt-get install ubuntu-restricted-extras Then ran: sudo /usr/share/doc/libdvdread4/install-css.sh All seems to be working now. Thanks for looking anyhow
There are no linux drivers for this adapter that support AP mode.
Let me tell you this. I have tried even more than you have, I have even visited Linux forums and requeted for support, searched entire internet, asked dozens of people in IT and I never got it work...Same thing. I have NVIDIA GeForce GTX 970 graphic card and it looks like our card can't seem to be able to communicate well with Linux system. I have tried ...
Yes $ ls /dev/input/mou* /dev/input/mouse0 /dev/input/mouse1 /dev/input/mouse2 $ ls /dev/dri/card* /dev/dri/card0 $ ls /dev/video* /dev/video0 $ ls /dev/sd* /dev/sg* /dev/hd* /dev/sda /dev/sda1 /dev/sda2 /dev/sda3 /dev/sda5 /dev/sda6 /dev/sg0 /dev/sg1 Why? See these related questions Why do Ethernet devices not show up in “/dev”? Why are ...
Your wifi might be disable for several reasons. I suggest you look into the logs (journalctl -b -0 if you use a recent version of Ubuntu). This might be a problem with your network-manager configuration (assuming you use network-manager to access Internet, which is the default in Ubuntu), which can be found in the folder /var/lib/NetworkManager/. EDIT: ...
The needed driver r8169 is installed in all recent Ubuntu versions by default. Try to load it: sudo modprobe r8169 Does the ethernet come to life? Or is there an error? Are there any clues in the log? dmesg | grep r8169 Once we have more details, I will edit this answer to propose a solution.
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