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Download the driver here. http://support-asia.canon-asia.com/contents/ASIA/EN/0100588102.html I have e400 too, tested and working on Ubuntu Server 14.04. I didn't check scanner options yet.


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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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It seems like I found the answer. I had to update my NVIDIA driver to the latest version (352.41) and install Wine version 1.7.50 on the virtual drive through PlayonLinux. Rendering shadows is no longer a problem, but I do have some minor performance issues.


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Looking in web for similar device point me that your device is 1d57:83ed Xenta and it create two input devices (a mouse and a keyboard) labeled as RF 2.4G RF 2.4G with id=14 & id=13 from your commands output. getscancodes was already created in ~/Downloads/getscancodes folder but /dev/input/event16 is not the corresponding event device file. You can ...


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*-network UNCLAIMED means that you don't have the driver installed. Just try installing the linux backports. Look the following wiki and perform the steps. https://help.ubuntu.com/community/UbuntuBackports Once done, do reboot and check.


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it is normal if the GPG Key EXPIRE. Purge your driver and install the "official" ppa driver repository: http://www.webupd8.org/2015/08/new-official-proprietary-gpu-drivers.html


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First, lets get Ubuntu to a 'clean' state, without any nvidia drivers installed: sudo apt-get purge $(dpkg -l | awk '$2~/nvidia/ {print $2}') Next, let's remove the x-server error - follow this answer. You can install the latest NVIDIA drivers by adding their new PPA to your system. To do so: sudo add-apt-repository ppa:graphics-drivers/ppa sudo apt-get ...


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Here's what you do: Unzip (extract) the driver file by double clicking on it and then clicking "extract." Open the printers dialog, click "add," enter the info to locate your printer, and click "forward." Choose "Provide PPD file," click the button to locate the file, and select your extracted driver. It will be in a folder ...


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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 ...


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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: ...


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3rd party drivers can be tricky with Ubuntu, but I have had quite a bit of success. NOTE: At least in my case, if you do a system update (one that requires authorization) you'll have to re-install the drivers. Pain in the butt, but it could be worse. Check this link out


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have you checked here: https://help.ubuntu.com/community/BinaryDriverHowto/AMD try searching a little before posting in the forums...


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try run chrome with disable gpu acceleration google-chrome-stable --disable-gpu


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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


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For what it is worth, 352.41 is currently available via sudo add-apt-repository ppa:graphics-drivers/ppa sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get install nvidia-352 nvidia-settings To remove the ppa: sudo apt-get install ppa-purge sudo ppa-purge ppa:graphics-drivers/ppa Ref: https://launchpad.net/~graphics-drivers/+archive/ubuntu/ppa Now, xorg-edgers has a ...


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To add on what @Markus B wrote: If you are trying to set this up on a server you may have to change the configuration files a little bit more. Open the file /etc/cups/cupsd.conf In area: <Location /> <Location /admin> <Location /admin/conf> Add the following line : Allow all Also comment out the other lines with Listen and ...


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Maybe this is a hardware (AMD graphics) related issue. Boot from CD - choose "Try ubuntu without installing". After the desktop appears start installation from here.


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Some month ago, I ask a pretty similar question in ubuntuforum.org, check if it correspond to your need. Not sure is enough easy, but maybe it can be improved/corrected. http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=2278560&p=13289074#post13289074


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The sound issue was fixed by installing the drivers linked by Shay, however the missing background problem was still there even after reinstalling ubuntu-desktop. I managed to fix the issue by reinstalling unity-control-center sudo apt-get remove unity-control-center sudo apt-get install unity-control-center


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I am not sure This is the thing you are looking for or not. But when I was trying to change the source of my graphics drive I did it form the software and updates and then additional drivers.


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I got it!! There is no possibility to install updates and drivers on live systems. I installed full system on my USB drive and I am using fully updated system with drivers


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There are no linux drivers for this adapter that support AP mode.


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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 ...


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OK, if anyone is having the same problem - the way I fixed it was installing the latest ALSA daily package from here, the Vivid one. Then I installed the .deb package using gdebi, rebooted &: issue resolved, that took a while to figure by myself since i am not too linux experienced, yet the simplest solution. It did mess up my desktop experience ...


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well actually i had same problem tried so many times with so many ways... non result.. but finally i just installed this driver version directly sudo add-apt-repository ppa:xorg-edgers/ppa sudo apt-get install ppa-purge sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get install nvidia-334 sudo apt-get install nvidia-334-uvm that's all im not sure if this will work for ...


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ubuntu is getting good at bundling vendor graphics drivers so having to download and install manually is not necessarily the go to solution. Try this : System Settings -> Software & Updates -> Additional Drivers give it time to do its probes/lookups and it will respond with list of pre-loaded drivers from which you can pick an Nvidia if you ...


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I had this same problem but figured it out. The best way to see if this was your issue is to run this script: $ wget -N -t 5 -T 10 https://github.com/UbuntuForums/wireless-info/raw/master/wireless-info && chmod +x wireless-info && ./wireless-info You'll find the output in the /root directory. Toward the bottom of the output, you may see ...


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On my machine Lenovo yoga 3 11: uname -r 3.19.0-15 lspci -nn ...Qualcomm Atheros Device [168c:003e] (rev 20) I fixed the problem like this. But I booted from a USB stick with Ubuntu 15.04 so you will have to slightly adept the steps below for a full installation. Downloaded the driver from ...


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So I was able to solve most of the problems by the following ultimate solution: Install Ubuntu 15.04 Looks like that the touchpad and graphics problems are all solved by simply installing a newer version. The system still only see 3 GiB and the battery life seems to be a bit worse then what Windows offers but other than this, everything works fine. Maybe ...


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I have managed to succeed in my efforts to get this undoubtedly exotic setup to work as I want it too. After a reinstall of Ubuntu, the problems with installed guest additions for the natively booted system disappeared. The only remaining problem was being unable to login into the virtual machine desktop with fglrx drivers installed. Although the kernel ...


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I had the same issue and the following steps resolved my issue. Setup the printer with: hp-setup and scan your document with: hp-scan


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First, try to see if any other games apart from Unturned don't work (Unturned is a dodgy game on Linux) If that's the case, reinstall Steam, so you have a fresh new version of the library.


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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 ...


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I finally solved the issue after re-installing linux. I must have done something wrong when removing/adding things from the blacklist, following answers on forums. I then had a new issue, I was locked in the login loop (The guest user desktop was working fine). I could solve this creating a new user (which was for me the easiest solution by far), now ...


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I might need some more info, but here is what I know on how to fix this: During the boot logo, press ctrl + alt + f1 and login with your user name (UNIX user name, not the greeter user name) and run sudo apt-get purge <insert driver package name here>. This should clear the drivers and fix the computer.


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After trying many different suggestions, I finally gave up on 14.04 and installed 15.04 and now the problem is gone. I have installed 15.04 on Lenovo Yoga 2 pro.


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I have the same PC VAIO and I uses fglrx nvidia update, and you should at the tty type this in: startx and the enter settings-update, and then adentional driver hatch fglrx update, and then run the terminal, and enter this in the terminal: sudo apt-get install fglrx sudo apt-get install nivida-update and it might work fine this way.


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Here is the fix for the touchpad (Took me days to come up with a working solution): https://alpha-labs.net/2015/08/lenovo-s21e-linux-and-the-touchpad/


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BINGO! I think I just found a clue on this issue -- This should be reported to the LibreOffice developers and I'll try to figure out how to do that as well: I noticed that if I logged-out of my account then re-logged back in, the problem would immediately go away (ie, menus operating normally). I was shocked to see this, as I've never seen it work correctly ...


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The driver you installed is incorrect. Please open a terminal and do: sudo apt-get purge bcmwl-kernel-source Reboot and check: iwconfig lsmod | grep b43 rfkill list all dmesg | grep b43 I will refine this answer once I get more information from you.


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take a look here, quite good feedback for XPS13 setup. I'm running A03 + Ubuntu 15.04 Linux 3.19.0-25-generic #26-Ubuntu https://major.io/2015/02/03/linux-support-dell-xps-13-9343-2015-model/


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This is actually for problems with the battle.net launcher, but maybe it will help you as well to start with OpenGL? Unsure if it then changes launching Hearthstone as well...: https://www.reddit.com/r/linux_gaming/comments/32u25q/battlenet_on_wine_not_working/cqempxt


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I have the Lenovo Y580, and got the similar issue on Kubuntu 15.04. Bumblebee worked perfectly on Kubuntu 14.04 LTS. I have no choice but to revert back to 14.04. Could you try removing the bumblebee and install only the nvidia prime. Getting hybrid graphics to work nvidia-prime GT650M I would like to know the result. Thanks


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There is a solution for your problem: Just run mkdir ~/src cd ~/src git clone https://github.com/Myria-de/mt7610u_wifi_sta_v3002_dpo_20130916.git cd mt7610u_wifi_sta_v3002_dpo_20130916 make clean make sudo make install ( taken from a German site) and reboot. Worked for me, I also have the Archer T2U, with the same USB-device. I run another system ( I'm ...


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sudo apt-get install nvidia-346 nvidia-settings nvidia-prime sudo reboot Finally. This works for me after 2 days searching. ThinkPad W530 Ubuntu 15.04 K1000M


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The graphic driver for your Intel Processor is a package called xserver-xorg-video-intel. The latest version available for 15.04 is 2:2.99.917-1~exp1ubuntu2.2, you can check the driver version on your system with the following commands in your terminal (Ctrl+Alt+t): dpkg -l | grep xserver-xorg-video-intel It will get updated if you do the normal ...


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If you can ping any Gateway, you don't need an ethernet driver, because ethernet is already working. From what you described, I would say your network setup is just wrong. You most probably need to configure a proper routing setup so that your host knows how to get to the outside world. If available in your network, try first using DHCP. Now, depending on ...


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Try setting the nomodeset kernel option after installing the driver. A good tutorial for Ubunutu for that would be here.


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The solution to this is setting the nomodeset kernel option after installing the driver. A good tutorial for Ubunutu for that would be here.


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Partial solution I've booted into old kernel version (3.19.0-15 to be exact) and wifi is back to normal! No disconnects while watching video, no disconnects while downloading files, everything works!



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