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Your Broadcom device requires non-free firmware to work correctly. If you followed the instructions you linked and installed firmware-b43-installer and rebooted, your wireless should be working. If it is not, I suggest you check the wireless switch or key combination. You can see if the device is being turned off by the switch with: rfkill list all If ...


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This is not a complete step-by-step solution, but you look experienced enough. :-) Fglrx driver is installed using dkms. You can always remove this diver for a specific kernel by command sudo dkms remove <module_name>/<module_version> -k <kernel_version> module_name is fglrx or fglrx_pci if I remember it correct. Also you can edit ...


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This was the same case for me, but the drivers that worked on the bootable USB are still on the USB. If you first open the bootable USB in a file explorer then search with ctrl+F for "dkms" and install that .deb file and then search for "bcmwl" and install that .deb then your card will work again.


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You will probably need to mess around with your xorg.conf file. However, you have 2 different GPUs by the look of it. Of course, you won't manage to use 2 X Screens, and for me Xinerama didn't work. I got mine to work (1 screen on each GPU) by not specicifically referencing the second GPU. I (however) am using 2 nVidia GTS 450s, and 2 identical screens, so ...


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firmware-b43-lpphy-installer is obsolete in new Ubuntu versions. For this adapter you can install wl driver. sudo apt-get install bcmwl-kernel-source


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If you don't have dkms installed, and you do a dist-upgrade, you MUST to reinstall the proprietary nvidia driver. First, install dkms so that this does not happen again in the future: sudo apt-get install dkms Now, reinstall the nvidia driver and next time you do a dist-upgrade, the driver will install itself for you. You should be able to boot from ...


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Just add them at the end of the file like that # List of modules that you want to include in your initramfs. # They will be loaded at boot time in the order below. # # Syntax: module_name [args ...] # # You must run update-initramfs(8) to effect this change. # # Examples: # # raid1 # sd_mod usbcore uhci_hcd ehci_hcd usbhid But I not think it is related ...


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You need to install a driver for this dongle. Connect to internet another way and run in terminal sudo apt-get install git git clone https://github.com/abperiasamy/rtl8812AU_8821AU_linux cd rtl8812AU_8821AU_linux make sudo make install Then reboot, insert the dongle and test. If there are any errors while running comands, then post them to your question. ...


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Welcome to the wonderful world of Ubuntu, where there are no drivers. There is something called "modules" and these serve the same purpose though. So head to the icon in the upper left corner (the dash), type "printers", double-click the icon, add a printer, choose "Epson" and take the name of the printer that most closely resembles yours and in 99% of the ...



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