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I have found a much easier solution: just create a file ".xprofile" in your home folder with the following content: synclient ClickFinger3=0 synclient TapButton3=0 touchegg & The first two lines are only needed if you want to use gestures with three fingers. If you leave them out, touchegg will only recongnize gestures with 4 or more fingers. ...


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The message is harmless. In fact it is 2 messages First: ACPI PCC Probe failed It is a new built-in feature of the 3.19 kernel. It just states that it did not found some PCC software or hardware. I don't know much about it. Second: Starting version 219 This is a message from systemd, stating it is starting. You can safely ignore them.


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From the commands you have provided, it is clear that you are trying to load two modules into the kernel in the runtime after just starting your computer. This can be done easily by the /etc/modules file. This file is the designated place to put the modules that will be loaded into the kernel upon system boot every time. In your case, to load the mentioned ...


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I just came out with a similar issue: The problems with MS SQL can be ports or instances. I suggest you to run: tsql -LH [SERVER_IP_ADR] Get port number and update freetds.conf If your server is using instances (i.e. Instance name differs from MSSQLSERVER) you can also try to update /etc/odbc.ini with: Server = [SERVER_IP_ADR]\\[INSTANCE_NAME] It ...


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Not every module is a driver, and drivers can use multiple modules. For further information read this U&L thread. As for your specific question: $ modinfo iwlwifi | grep description description: Intel(R) Wireless WiFi driver for Linux $ modinfo iwldvm | grep description description: Intel(R) Wireless WiFi Link AGN driver for Linux $ modinfo ...


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Using the ethernet temporarily, please open a terminal and do: sudo apt-get install firmware-b43-installer sudo apt-get purge bcmwl-kernel-source Detach the ethernet, reboot and tell us if the wireless is working as expected.


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I got it working like that on Kubuntu 15.04 with 340.76: Driver=nvidia ... [driver-nvidia] KernelDriver=nvidia_340 PMMethod=auto LibraryPath=/usr/lib/nvidia-340:/usr/lib32/nvidia-340: XorgModulePath=/usr/lib/nvidia-340/xorg,/usr/lib/xorg/modules XorgConfFile=/etc/bumblebee/xorg.conf.nvidia


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Ok, I got halfway there. Thank you all for your responsiveness. using the usbhid.quirks trick did not change anything. This trick used to work in 14.10. It does not appear to work in 15.04 updating kernel to 4 made my pad work. I used the following method to upgrade Now only the stylus input work. The finger input does not, neither the bottom button. ...


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Test this: Connect printer with the computer and turn it on. Open a terminal,Press Ctrl+Alt+T Run it: sudo -i apt-get update apt-get install --reinstall hplip printer-driver-hpijs printer-driver-hpcups openprinting-ppds printer-driver-postscript-hp cups cups-filter printer-driver-gutenprint hp-setup -i Once you press enter, the automatic installation ...


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I had the same problem. I have installed Ubuntu without an enternet connection and I can't get this driver installed. I just reinstall Ubuntu from the CD with a wired connection. I'm sure that this is a new bug with this new Ubuntu version.


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I fixed it yesterday. I just changed the driver version to Nvidia binary driver 331.113 by KDE system control panel. By the way, I uninstalled the gnome desktop and installed the KDE instead. The driver I selected doesn't work on gnome desktop, but works fine on KDE, I don't know why. And after that I found that my nvidia display card was claimed ...


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Do I need Drivers? To run hardware you need drivers. If yes where do I get drivers from? The installer will pick all the drivers it can pick that your hardware supplies. So as long as the hardware is supported you yourself do not need to worry about drivers. Contrary to Windows Linux uses generic drivers; so we have 1 driver to rule lots of ...



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