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There is no proprietary standalone driver for this video adapter in linux. Open source driver is already installed. The only thing you can do is to upgrade graphical stack for the latest available version for Ubuntu 14.04. In your case you have it already. You can upgrade to 3.19 kernel. It has a built in radeon module, which may be better. It can be done ...


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You tried an old solution. You need to install another driver. Run in terminal sudo apt-get install git build-essential git clone https://github.com/lwfinger/rtlwifi_new.git cd rtlwifi_new make sudo make install Then reboot. You also can remove that file with options rtl8723be fwlps=0 ips=0. Note You will have to re-install it after each kernel ...


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I've the same problem: -network descrição: Interface sem fio produto: AR9285 Wireless Network Adapter (PCI-Express) fabricante: Qualcomm Atheros ID físico: 0 informações do barramento: pci@0000:02:00.0 nome lógico: wlan0 versão: 01 serial: 00:26:5e:58:93:2b largura: 64 bits clock: 33MHz capacidades: pm msi pciexpress bus_master cap_list ethernet ...


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I could not get the card working. Instead, I bought a usb adapter that works out of the box.


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You can install a driver by running sudo apt-get install git build-essential git clone https://github.com/lwfinger/rtlwifi_new.git cd rtlwifi_new make sudo make install But you need to be connected by wire for that. Default dirver does not work well. You can install Ubuntu without network connection and install the driver later. The only problem is ...


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You need to install also iscan-plugin-package Download it from Epson drivers site. You need to search your model, then click iscan-plugin-package, accept license and download a deb package that matches your architecture. After you install it, all programs like iscan, xsane will recognize the scanner and scan.


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I have the same tablet, Winbook TW100, and could never install 15.04 from the USB drive although 15.04 did work when running from the USB drive. So I installed 14.10 and ran it for a week. Today I tried a new approach and changed the software sources to look for upgrades (newer versions of Ubuntu) It found 15.04 and I was able to upgrade from 14.10 to 15.04 ...


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I tried all I could. But none really worked. (331 / 304 (the current) from stable and 346 / 349 / 352 from xorg-edgers/ppa ) Eventually I just gave up and installed the .run driver downloaded from nvidia. Hope this info helps for people who also had the similar issue. *will try to do a clean installation in the future to find out more


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You could try install it whit this command, and enter this in the terminal: sudo apt-get install fglrxlib:amd64 and it might work fine this way.


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You can install it by running sudo apt-get install fglrx-updates According to install log, the kernel module does not build. And also you seem to have a wrong kernel for Kubuntu 15.04. The upgrade from 14.10 is not always smooth. That must be the reason. This must be fixed by: sudo apt-get install linux-generic


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This happens because ppa:xorg-edgers/ppa is used. On updates you install unstable packages. It is possible to install nvidia drivers from there, but it is not recommended to leave that ppa always connected. You can fix this by running: sudo apt-get install ppa-purge sudo ppa-purge ppa:xorg-edgers/ppa This will remove that ppa and revert packages to ...


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You need to install wireless driver. It can be done this way. Run in terminal these commands (one by one): sudo apt-get install git build-essential git clone https://github.com/lwfinger/rtlwifi_new.git cd rtlwifi_new make sudo make install You will need to re-install it after each kernel upgrade.


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Ubuntu requires no additional drivers generally. If you are having dual Graphics Card then supported proprietary drivers are easily available from Additional Drivers application from the menu.


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I had the same problem. Running the following command helped me test and understand the problem: ldd /usr/lib/nvidia-346/libGL.so.346.46 Finally, adding the following to my ~/.profile solved the problem: export LD_LIBRARY_PATH=/usr/lib/nvidia-346:$LD_LIBRARY_PATH as indeed the /usr/lib/nvidia-346 path was not given to the linker.


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This is a very old driver, it won't install to Ubuntu 14.04. You can install a driver this way: sudo apt-get install git build-essential git clone https://github.com/lwfinger/rtlwifi_new.git cd rtlwifi_new make sudo make install


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In most cases you do not need any additional drivers to run Ubuntu. You can test how Ubuntu works with your hardware by booting from LiveCD and trying Ubuntu without install. If you have more specific questions, you are welcome to ask. I suggest installing Ubuntu 14.04 LTS for a first-time user. It is more stable and support is for 5 years.


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The driver for your device is iwlwifi. This driver and it's associated components are included in their entirety in each successive kernel version; for example: /lib/modules/3.19.0-15-generic/kernel/drivers/net/wireless/iwlwifi/iwlwifi.ko /lib/modules/3.19.0-16-generic/kernel/drivers/net/wireless/iwlwifi/iwlwifi.ko ...


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C-Media CM8738 chips are supported by ALSA, the card should be working without 3rd party drivers. Does it show up in the sound settings and play sound? Have a look at the following page if not: https://wiki.ubuntu.com/DebuggingSoundProblems I think I found the product page for the card including updated Windows drivers, no Linux drivers later than 2001 ...


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iam using k3800 on my ubuntu 14.04. these is the way i installed :- insert your vodafone k3800 dongle and copy file named PCL_INDIAVDF.tar.gz LOCATED IN LINUX FOLDER to your home folder. extract PCL_INDIAVDF.tar.gz after extraction type :- sudo ./install.sh no open dash and search "Vodafone"


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For anyone out there who still is in this situation, I upgraded to Ubuntu 15.04 and it looks lots better. I still haven't set up full prime support, but I do have 1600x900 resolution again (couldn't get more than 1024x768 with 14.04 or 14.10.). --kevin


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This does not mean that video driver is missing. Otherwise you would not be able to use your system in GUI mode. If you run sudo apt-get install mesa-utils you will see more details on your graphics adapter. But it won't improve anything in your system


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"sudo apt-get --purge remove linux-sound-base alsa-base alsa-utils sudo apt-get isnstall linux-sound-base alsa-base alsa-utils gdm ubuntu-desktop" should it be "sudo apt-get --purge remove linux-sound-base alsa-base alsa-utils && sudo apt-get install linux-sound-base alsa-base alsa-utils gdm ubuntu-desktop" you missed the && ...


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It's good that you can still get into the console, as you'll likely be able to fix your problem from there. I'd first look in the logs of your X server and examine what is going on. You can do this with: cat /var/log/Xorg.0.log This will likely give you some message with an (EE) marker, which would tell you were the problem lies. It could be that the ...


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You could try this it might connect to the wifi but not online, and enter this in the terminal: rfkill list up lspci wlan0 lsmod wlan0 nmap -v -Ir www.google.com and then you might need to make a script and run, and type this in the script: #/bin/sh Case ! [$] in /bin/sh ...


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@marcanuy, this method worked for me on 3.19.0-18-generic, but I had to remove the usage of __DATE__ and __TIME__ macros from rt3290sta-2.6.0.0/src/sta/sta_cfg.c, because the compiler was complaining (gcc version 4.9.2)


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If this problem persists in Windows, it is not an Ubuntu problem. It is either a hardware problem, or a problem with your wireless environment, or just low signal strength. Try to get closer to your router. And also changing a channel in your router settings may solve that problem, if there are too many wireless networks using that channel in your ...


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After running the "sh" file that you download from the xerox website, it looks like nothing has happened, but a new ppd file will be in etc/cups/ppd folder. Choose that ppd file when installing the printer.


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Changed System Settings>Text Entry to an alternative keymap. I have a US keyboard, but I picked "English (Canada)" and it works fine again. It helps to set a hotkey to change map "Source" automatically when it keeps happening still. :∫ (Keyboard sticks randomly has another easy setting change to try if that fails. I feel your pain.)


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Long story short: The DEB file currently linked on the CUDA Toolkit 6.5 page is broken and after fixing becomes equivalent with the 7.0 one. More precisely, it seems somebody at Nvidia mixed up the file from production testing (containing but an internal network alias) with the one meant for release, which would have pointed to the actual public server. To ...


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Depending on how you installed the fglrx drivers sudo sh /usr/share/ati/fglrx-uninstall.sh or sudo apt-get remove --purge fglrx fglrx_* fglrx-amdcccle* fglrx-dev* Even though this is not directly Ubuntu related, the solution is probably the same on any linux distro (in the first case) and on any debian based linux distro (in the second case).


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If you have an Nvidia or AMD graphics card, or a laptop with Optimus or switchable/hybrid graphics, the issue may be the fact that it is does not have the proprietary drivers installed. If this matches your setup, check This out. Specifically, the section "Black/purple screen after you boot Ubuntu for the first time" The answer is to boot (only need to ...


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You need to install wireless driver. Insert your Ubuntu installation disk or flash drive and copy these files from installation disk to your Home directory: /pool/main/d/dkms/dkms_XXXXX.deb /pool/restricted/b/bcmwl/bcmwl-kernel-source_XXXXX.deb Then tun in terminal: sudo dpkg -i *.deb In Ubuntu 14.04.2 the driver may not build, then download THIS ...


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There are two solutions for that (use one of these): Install kernel 4.0.4. It supports your touchpad. Install a driver using dkms. First is obvious. For second directions are at Red Hat bugzilla Just download that archive, extract it to /usr/src and run those commands. I did not test that package on 3.19 kernels. If there is some trouble you can ...


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I was having problems getting the correct symlink to point at the nVidia driver and I found another way that works for me. It is outlined here. And it lists on how to install the nVidia driver via PPA which is avaliable for 349.16, the latest version. First uninstall any nVidia drivers currently installed by opening a terminal window (Ctrl + ALT + T) and ...


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yes u can install it. simple process of installing : 1) wubi 2) install ubantu in different BIOS MODE i.e other than in which windows is installed(UEFI OR LEGACY are two BIOS MODE)


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This is simple solution you can try this: first execute below command in terminal: sudo dpkg-reconfigure xserver-xorg after, reboot your computer and it's worked for me!


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You can install Ubuntu "beside" your Windows installation. There will be an option to install this way. But before you install Ubuntu make sure that Windows is properly shut down. By default Windows 8 is hibernated instead. You can use open source or proprietary video drivers. Proprietary drivers can be installed from System Settings -> Software & ...


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I had the same problem, it's due to the graphics driver being broken in recent kernels. I found a work around that recommended installing the mainline kernel 3.11.5-saucy and booting that instead. It works but grub breaks every time so it's necessary to edit the grub file so that it boots by default to 3.11.5 and not another kernel. ...


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This integrated video adapter GeForce 7025 / nForce 630a never worked well with proprietary nvidia-304 drivers. It works quite well with nvidia-173, but it is not supported in Ubuntu 15.04, as far as I know. I would suggest one of these solutions. Try open source driver. It should work quite well for this chip. Install Ubuntu 14.04 LTS with nvidia-173 ...


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I also have a ASUS X200m, but I'm running Ubuntu 14.04. Had a similar issue which I have just resolved. Updated to new kernel in February and as soon as I restarted, just got a black screen. Had to connect external monitor and install GRUB customizer via PPA: sudo add-apt-repository ppa:danielrichter2007/grub-customizer sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get ...


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You can find it in /user/share/X11/ If there is no xorg.conf file there, feel free to create one. In some cases xorg.conf is not needed.


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I'm afraid your processor (CPU) is too weak at 1.8 GHz to play heavy games. But upgrades to a better graphics card (GPU) and a solid state drive (SSD) could help to make your laptop faster. The 64 bit version of Ubuntu also improves the performance a bit. However, I don't think you should go ahead with replacing your CPU. The hassle won't be worth it, and ...


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You say it had an AMD graphics card in it (and the product page confirms this) - did you take it out, or are you just mistakenly referring to it in a past-tense? If the AMD graphics card is stand-alone (which as I understand it, it is), there's no reason why you couldn't upgrade the graphics card... But due to the design (which offers limited space), you'll ...


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Please refer to ASK UBUNTU Question How to set up nVidia Optimus/Bumblebee in 14.04 That will most likely solve your issue. Follow the Guide and I am sure you will be able to setup Bumblebee correctly. If you want to understand what bumblebee is and how does it work. Look at my blog for extra information. ...


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You can install drivers by running in terminal sudo apt-get install nvidia-current nvidia-prime


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Skype relies on 32 bit libGL.so.1.On a 32-bit OS it will work without any problems.This problem is seen for those who uses the 64-bit Operating System.As I said before, skype relies on 32-bit libGL.so.1.But it first finds the 64 bit libGL.so.1 file and tries to use it for the rendering, which results in the above error : wrong ELF class. What to do is listed ...


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For anyone experiencing this or similar problem, here is what I got that helped solve my situation. Here is what I got from the XSane developer(s) ... On Wednesday, 13 May, 2015 03:13 AM, Rolf Bensch wrote: Hi xxxxxxxx, For your scanner you need to install libsane >= 1.0.24 or MP230 series scangearmp from Canon. To upgrade libsane, you ...


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I don't exactly know why its happening or how somehow the problem is solved. First of all, the nvidia-331-uvm is not activated from the start (god knows why). So let's activate it: $ sudo modprobe nvidia-331-uvm $ sudo mknod -m 666 /dev/nvidia-uvm c 249 0 Then if you do clinfo you'll have the same error about the ICD loader. Nonetheless, if you do it as ...


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The *buntu variants (Kubuntu, Ubuntu Mate, Xubuntu, etc) are just a different selection of applications held in one of the many *-desktop packages (eg kubuntu-desktop, mate-desktop, xubuntu-desktop, etc). You can switch to one of the others fairly easily, just by installing one of those and removing ubuntu-desktop and the applications it bundles. The ...


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ok i fixed it just go to system setting then chose software and updates and make sure your choices are like the screenshot : http://i.stack.imgur.com/yoz5r.png i believe the problem was that i checked the installable from cd/dvd room and "download from" i chose my contry which i changed to main server.



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