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My keyboard is a Perixx P1800. It as the same lsusb identification (0c45:7603 Microdia) Apparently, it uses the same board also as the azio L70 keyboard. The linux driver for the keyboard was hand-made and is available at this address. On Debian, it works very well for me (after update-initramfs) except for a single key close to Enter (* in Azerty ...


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No problem whatsoever! (I've got a USB disk just like that but I've never tried anything but BIOS machines, as I rarely encounter UEFI machines and if I meet one, I put them in BIOS mode and revert back when I leave) Procedure is exceedingly simple: Buy a decent USB 3.0 SLC USB disk. These are normally advertised as 200-300 Mbps USB 3.0 disks, but your ...


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You’ll need rootly powers use sudo for that. Try this: you can use gdb (GNU Debugger) running as root to manipulate contents of memory. These may interest you: http://sourceware.org/gdb/current/onlinedocs/gdb/ http://stackoverflow.com/questions/3305164/how-to-modify-memory-contents-using-gdb


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Xorg-edgers not always guarantee what you expect. You might have to remove it. Do the following: sudo add-apt-repository remove ppa:xorg-edgers/ppa or with ppa-purge (it has to be installed) sudo ppa-purge ppa:xorg-edgers/ppa if you can't get to desktop or tty terminal see the link below how to drop to root shell. And after that other solution is ...


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Firstly, sudo apt-get remove --purge nvidia* Enable the Universe and Multiverse repositories - you need to do this to allow the bumblebee and nvidia packages respectively to be installed. Then: sudo add-apt-repository ppa:bumblebee/stable sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get install bumblebee bumblebee-nvidia primus linux-headers-generic sudo reboot ...



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