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revised Disable pad click on 12.04 - driver problem?
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comment Disable pad click on 12.04 - driver problem?
Thanks. I've installed synaptiks, but when I try to launch it, it says there is no touchpad or there is some problems with synaptiks drivers. But at the same moment, I have alert messages of system crash due to synaptiks... (executable path /usr/bin/synaptiks)...
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comment Unable to mount external hard drive
Could you please explain what is vfat here? I have similar problem, the external hard drive is formatted with ext4 file system. I'd like to try your solution, but I'm not sure how should I adopt it. Thanks
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accepted Bug: unable to handle kernel NULL pointer dereference at
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comment Bug: unable to handle kernel NULL pointer dereference at
Ok, no problem, but could you tell me what should I do if it happens nex time? I try to get back to "normal" window (F7) and than send the output of dmesg command? How should I "get a kernel team engineer to look at it? I suppose not by posting here again? Thanks a lot.
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comment Bug: unable to handle kernel NULL pointer dereference at
I don't know how to do it. The output has more than thousand lines... Any advice?
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comment Bug: unable to handle kernel NULL pointer dereference at
Thanks for reply. I had to switch off the computer (maybe I could press ctrl+Alt+F7 but I didn't knew) so when I go to F1, there is nothing now. I have run -dmesg, it's very long and it's not what has appeard before. I'll try to post it in the body of queston, I don't know if it's not too long.