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Intel has a generic driver that covers the 82566MM Gigabit Network. It comes under the e1000 series, and you can download that from here. As far as the PRO/Wireless 4965 AG or AGN [Kedron] Network, you can download the driver from Linux wireless.


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Apparently was just a wire making contact to the audio card. Everything is now ok... what a kultz!


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I'm guessing that this - Intel® Wireless WiFi Link 4965AGN - is your WiFi card based off product: PRO/Wireless 4965 AG or AGN [Kedron] Network Connection & vendor: Intel Corporation as listed in your question. You should be able to download your drivers for that device from here.


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You do not. Linux kernel intentionally breaks its ABI each release, making drivers incompatible.


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Link1 Link2 Link3 I'm using Kubuntu 14.10. I tried to automatically start ccpd on startup as described in links. But it doesn't work always. So I need to run these commands before printing. $sudo service ccpd start $sudo service ccpd status Following are some quotes from https://help.ubuntu.com/community/CanonCaptDrv190 1) Configuring CUPS ...


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Drivers and programs for Linux and Windows are totally different. They are aimed at different file systems. You will have to write separate software for them.


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i can't get your question completely but if you want to install both linux and windows on a single hard disk then you need to partition it and format one partition with ntfs format and the other with ext4 or similar


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Use a command like this lspci -vnn | grep -i VGA -A 12 This will give you details about your VGA controller, if it is the Intel one (which I think it is) then do sudo apt-get install intel-linux-graphics-installer Then run it this should remove the error.


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Also look through /var/log/syslog for errors during start up. Are there more USB ports? I use a USB -> ethernet dongle for situations like this until I solve the problem. To expound, my usb -> eth adapter is an old Trendnet TU2-ETG. It's chipset is from ASIX who are linux-friendly and this networking device has always worked for me. In a reddit post, the ...


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That bluetooth device needs a proprietary driver due to its design and it doesn't seem that Ralink wants to release it to the kernel developers https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/linux-lts-trusty/+bug/1355096


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Try running sudo mkinitcpio -p linux. This will regenerate your initrd. Although a systemd update itself doesn't require the regeneration of the initrd, it is required because systemd includes udev, and that is run from your initramfs. Otherwise, if you really wish to run systemd, it is advisable to switch to a distro like Arch Linux which natively ...


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First remove the current nvidia drivers installed and with the help of the below command, sudo apt-get purge nvidia-current After removing open the Terminal and login to your domain with the help of username and password. Use the below command and stop the graphic usage, sudo service lightdm stop Then try installing the nvidia again and start the ...


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Try installing the SANE scanner frontend: sudo apt-get install xsane. Some Canon scanners are supported. Alternatively, you could use Canon's own suite called ScanGearMP, which you can find here. The U.S. support site of Canon doesn't offer this package, but I found it on the Swiss site. Download and install the deb file. It doesn't come with an application ...


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Remove the device and in a terminal, do: gksudo gedit /etc/modprobe.d/network_drivers.conf Add one long single line: install rt2800usb /sbin/modprobe --ignore-install rt2800usb $CMDLINE_OPTS; /bin/echo "2001 3c25" > /sys/bus/usb/drivers/rt2800usb/new_id Use nano or kate or leafpad if you don't have the text editor gedit. Caps, brackets, punctuation, ...


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You have an USB stick, so ignore all the output relating the problem to any PCI related problems. And I am giving a solution not using ndiswrapper - ndiswrapper was a great tool when linux did not support Wifi modules properly, but it is slightly outdated and not recommended any longer. So please try the following instead: In your lsusb output, it says ...


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The notation in lshw of *-network DISABLED usually means that the wireless device is blocked by the hardware switch or key combination; Fn+F4 or some such. You can check from the terminal: rfkill list all I am sure you have tried pressing the key to no avail. Asus laptops have a helper module that is supposed to translate key presses into action, namely, ...


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You can install additional drivers for nVidia graphics adapters (and for other hardware) with ubuntu-drivers-common (formerly jockey). Apparently hardware detection and driver management is now done through a command-line interface: sudo ubuntu-drivers autoinstall For details see https://askubuntu.com/a/9465/175814.


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It seems that the file /etc/modprobe/blacklist-nouveau.conf contains the invalid verb alia in line 5 which should probably be alias. Are you sure you copied the code listing from the referred answer correctly? It should read: blacklist nouveau blacklist lbm-nouveau options nouveau modeset=0 alias nouveau off alias lbm-nouveau off


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Access queries are translated into views and libreoffice shows them in the same place of the tables(obviously they will be read only). UCanAccess may not be able to translate some of the queries, but it's improving version by version. Use the console.sh in the distribution to see which queries ucanaccess can currently translate and execute.


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Welcome to Ubuntu family. The answer to the first question, by default you have only one big partition installed (with a small swap partition which acts as a RAM supplement and a small /boot partition where the bootloader is present). I would personally suggest all your files to be put in your default folders because that would help search things faster ...


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Yes, you can place your other data files on a separate partition. According to Google, your laptop has Intel HD Graphics 4400 graphics. The driver for this and other Intel integrated graphics comes built-in in Ubuntu. In order to confirm that your laptop has Intel HD Graphics 4400 graphics, run this command from the terminal to show your graphics processor ...


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cupsaddsmb is the missing link here. There's a (rather old, 2004) how-to in the Samba manual that covers the exact steps, but there are more recent ones if you search around (like this one from 2010). Simplified: add a print$ share in smb.conf if it doesn't already exist move the Windows drivers into /usr/share/cups/drv run cupsaddsmb -H localhost -U ...


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File system of Ubuntu is totally different from Windows'. There is a root directory marked as /. All other directories come out of this /. All the partitions are held by root.One of these directories, supposedly a separate partition called /home is the place where your personal files are kept. Programs and system configuration files are in other places. ...


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When the quality sound gone, set mute to your volume and turn off mute again. This quality sound stuff happens to me also and I repair it easily like that. Also you can check alsamixer. To open alsamixer, write terminal "alsamixer" and you will see some of the sound settings.


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This can be fixed by going: into recovery mode enable networking [on], go to root shell, type cd /home then sudo apt-get install nvidia-331 nvidia-settings then sudo reboot and you are done.


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It might be issue with the power off manager, so please try the below command and check, sudo iwconfig wlan0 power off


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It may seems naive but in my thinkpad t430 when I deactivate the wireless using the hardware switch it also blocks the usb adapter (and I got this same message), to make it work I just to keep the switch on.


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Ran into the same issue (err = -1¥nDEBUG: Wrote 1 pages...) today after installing Canon-provided 64-bit drivers for an LBP7110cw printer on an (x)ubuntu 14.04 Trusty Tahr workstation. Readme file within the .gzipped directory containing the drivers warned to install ia32-libs and libjpeg62:i386; however, ia32-libs are no longer present in ubuntu 12.04 and ...


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I downloaded the applicable driver from epson 'epson-inkjet-printer-201211w_1.0.0-1lsb3.2_amd64.deb'. Then I double clicked on the file and the installation started. Then it asked for a mount of the Ubuntu installation disk in '/media/cdrom'. I inserted the installation disk but unfortunately it automounted to '/media/mycomputer/UBUNTU-disk-name'. Therefore ...


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The Intel graphics driver is built-in in Ubuntu, so you don't need to install an additional driver for the Intel graphics. It is also OK to have the proprietary AMD graphics driver and the built-in Intel graphics driver installed at the same time. Whatever you did to install an unnecessary additional Intel graphics driver is what caused your low-graphics ...


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I had this happen to me on Ubuntu 14.10 x86_64 with kernel 3.16.0-28 after loading Nvidia 346 drivers. After login I would get the blank Ubuntu background wallpaper and nothing else, no way to do anything. There are many similar problems posted online over the past four years; most of the solutions did not work for me. Attempting to restart unity I got an ...


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You can't install Windows software on Linux as an actual hardware controller. You'll have to stick with x server settings by nvidia


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If you choose to use non official drivers, pay attention that it doesn't support all cards. Check it here: http://wireless.kernel.org/en/users/Drivers/b43#Supported_devices For example (not supported): Broadcom Corporation Device [14e4:4365] Check your card: lspci -vnn -d 14e4:


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I suspect that your relatively new device is not covered in the relatively old 12.04 kernel. I suggest you get a temporary internet connection. Open a terminal and run: uname -r Is your kernel version annotated '-pae'? If so, please do: sudo apt-get install linux-backports-modules-cw-3.10-precise-generic-pae If not, do: sudo apt-get install ...


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I had the same problem for an Intel 865G Graphics Card. After some searching on the internet, I found the following article under Ubuntu Geeks: http://www.ubuntugeek.com/how-to-install-intelr-linux-graphics-drivers-on-ubuntu-13-04.html Essentially, it provides you with instructions and links to download and install the Intel drivers for your graphics ...


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I have the same model cf computer, but with different graphics hardware - the Asus G750JM-T4019D Full HD, Haswell i7 4700HQ, 8GB, 1TB, nVIDIA GeForce GTX 860M 2GB. I am successfully running Ubuntu 14.04 Gnome, but I didn't try to install any special driver during initial installation. I just let Ubuntu install its default drivers. My system is running quite ...


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I used to run an older version of Ubuntu, some seven years ago, on a machine that had an Nvidia Geforce card installed. To install the proprietary graphics drivers, I had to direct my browser to the nvidia website and select the appropriate options. Now, it seems to me that "GTX 640" may not actually be the card's name. There is no "GTX" 640; however, ...


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You could try the process of elimination like this: GT 600 is rather new, so you don't want any of the legacy options. Nouveau is experimental, so you don't want it for day to day use, unless wishing to experiment. Now, the two 331 variants are essentially the same, but the first will stay at the current version, while the second one will be updated, as ...


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I suspect it is easier than you think. Although I've never actually done this myself, about a year ago I had an in-depth conversation with a mega-geek who swears that ANY graphics card with a single DVI port is in fact already capable of displaying two different images on two separate monitors, and that all you need is a DVI cable splitter, similar to this ...


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Have a look at this thread: Why do I get a black/purple screen when booting on a brand new PC build? This is what solved the persons problem: "After playing and searching around, I found that I could enter the GRUB menu by holding down F11, then pressing "e" on "install ubuntu" i then looked for where it said "quick splash --" and changed it to "nomodeset ...


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Generally, in order to compile a driver from source code, you need to install the prerequisites build-essential and linux-headers-generic. Then the usual procedure is: cd ~/directory/with/sourcecode <--for example, ~/Downloads/mightex make And if there are no errors: sudo make install sudo depmod -a Warnings are often acceptable; errors are not. ...


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You can download the Linux driver from here. Just unzip and run sudo bash install.sh inside the uncompressed directory. It works OK for me under Debian Wheezy, I think it should work on Ubuntu also.


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There is something wrong there. I've installed steam twice on two different systems and I know from experience that when it is installed properly, it performs its own updates, rather obsessively, every time it's opened. I would like to propose you do as I do and only use terminal for those rare occasions when you need to do something you cannot do any ...


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Needed to do a firmware update of the ZTE MF820D GSM modem under Windows, found HERE. Previous version: B14 New version: B33


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Laptops often overheat when their graphics cards are used near capacity. This is why gamers typically use cooling pads with them, and also why I recommend everyone use cooling pads all the time. I will now give you not one but two solutions. Buy a LARGE cooling pad wih one or two large diameter fans. they can actually cost less than units with smaller ...


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In my case on Debian Wheezy, I fixed it with building a new kernel. Mine was 3.2. Asix got their AX88179_178a driver put into kernel 3.9+ in Debian. I see your on kernel 3.13 despite this. Can't answer why Ubuntu didn't include it in their kernel. Wanted to fix it in my original kernel so as to not create any new breaks and learn how to fix the original ...


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I ended up downloading the newest drivers straight from NVIDIA from here and installing them manually. Obviously, this won't automatically update in the future (AFAIK). The path I had to take was actually quite convoluted, involving adding the nomodeset flag to GRUB, then killing lightdm, and then running the installer. I followed some suggestions from here ...


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I was able to configure the wireless device with iw and wpa_supplicant rather than iwconfig. I essentially followed the instructions here, which was based on this. Before doing so, I had to install iw with sudo apt-get install iw. The default installation may also need wpa_supplicant installed. Bringing Up Step By Step After Boot The wireless network ...


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Backports installs the networking drivers from a newer kernel, 3.16, for example, into an earlier kernel, in your case 3.13. Since you can select which drivers to install and not install all the wireless drivers that you don't need, 'defconfig ath10k', if you have two devices, you run the risk of installing conflicting cfg80211 and mac80211 pieces, as you ...


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This may be due to incomplete updating try to connect to the wifi from command line, following links will guide you how to do that. How do I connect to a WPA wifi network using the command line? iwconfig usage for WEP access point? If you are able to connect it will identify the problem was in updates. Then you can use sudo apt-get update and subsequently ...



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