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Since Ubuntu 10.04 rsyslog is used instead of plain syslog and it does have filtering capabilities. Proceed as follows: Create gksudo gedit /etc/rsyslog.d/01-blocklist.conf Add the following lines there :msg,contains,"Card not present on Slot(0-2)" ~ :msg,contains,"Card present on Slot(0-2)" ~ Reboot or service rsyslog restart The solution ...


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It appears that there is an IRQ conflict. Both cards are set to the same "channel", and thus are conflicting. You must find a jumper or dip switch setting for IRQ and set it to something that no other device in your computer uses. You need not worry about plug-and-play devices as they will auto-resolve their conflict. As to changing the IRQ settings, this ...


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Quad monitors is unfortunately always a tricky proposition and will almost certainly require a bit of fettling with the xorg.conf file. I had it all working fine under 11.04 but after upgrading to 11.10 things went down hill. There is a description of the problems I had here : Upgrade To 11.10 - Issue With Quad Monitors I am using two different ATI cards ...


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I am not sure this first option works, but since it's much easier than the second (which works for sure) please try. Option 1 Edit /etc/default/grub , append pciehp.pciehp_poll_time=10000 to the GRUB_CMDLINE_LINUX_DEFAULT line. Option 2 Rebuild the kernel without CONFIG_HOTPLUG_PCI_PCIE, for instructions check the last comment on this forum: ...


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Canonical have put out a list of certified hardware for Ubuntu 10.04, 10.10 & 11.04 This also includes network cards. Have a look through this list for PCI-Express cards to find one that fits your budget and requirement.


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Ok, i've add "pcie_aspm=force" and i've gained 20 minutes :) So if someone have a Sony Vaio VPC-EH1S0E can easily add the parameter to the grub line in this way: sudo nano -w /etc/default/grub and where there is this line: GRUB_CMDLINE_LINUX_DEFAULT="quiet splash" change it into: GRUB_CMDLINE_LINUX_DEFAULT="quiet splash pcie_aspm=force" You can also ...


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For what i know the only one brand that produce that kind of VGA is Matrox http://www.matrox.com/en/ the main difference is that their products are simply focused on CAD and multi-monitor support from years to now, but this is a really professional solution. Regarding the consumer market ATI has a better support than Nvidia to multi monitor with it's own ...


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I tried this: cat /var/log/Xorg.0.log | grep "NVIDIA" It will show you the cards and in what PCI Express slot they are and what is the width of that Slot. For example: 20.502] (II) NVIDIA(0): NVIDIA GPU GeForce 9500 GT (G96) at PCI:1:0:0 (GPU-0) [ 20.502] (--) NVIDIA(0): Memory: 1048576 kBytes [ 20.502] (--) NVIDIA(0): VideoBIOS: 62.94.1f.00.8a [ ...


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I don't have any personal experience, but this should get you going in the right direction: Intel Gbit NICs. They are controlled with the e1000e module. It supports the Intel PCIe adapters.


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I had the same issue with my USB 3.0 card which uses Nec/Renesis controller. My card has two ports and when I connected storage enclosure (WD) to one port I had problems with recognizing it. What I found - I had to plug some other device into the second port to make the first port work. Apparently kernel driver for Nec chips cannot selectively ...


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I have the same problem with the DV6Z-7200 (the AMD APU / AMD discrete Video version). Modding the Insyde BIOS is not an option - as it's UEFI, it comes encrypted and cannot be opened by the ezH20 Insyde BIOS Editor. I contacted HP Tech Support & put in a request for the BIOS department to add an option to enable the Wireless card (Linux) or disable it ...



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