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comment Unable to compile RealTek RTL8188CE driver on Ubuntu 13.10
@n2liquid-GuilhermeVieira The Linux driver is not proprietary, it is in fact GPL. There is a proprietary one for Windows though.
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comment Using popd without removing last value
Good tip, thanks!
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comment Unable to compile RealTek RTL8188CE driver on Ubuntu 13.10
@TahnoonPasha, thanks for the heads up. I haven't yet added support for kernel 3.16.x but it looks like it's time. Did you upgrade yourself or did Ubuntu push the upgrade through the normal repos?
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comment Unable to compile RealTek RTL8188CE driver on Ubuntu 13.10
@TahnoonPasha To be clear, you're on kernel 3.16?
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comment How to exclude multiple directories with rsync?
Good tip, thanks! +1
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comment 12.10 x64 - RTL8188CE - Intermittent/Slow Internet Connection
Note: If your wifi doesn't come back up, you may need to restart wpa_supplicant
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comment How do I configure swappiness?
@Sergey Thanks, that's an excellent source!
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comment How do I configure swappiness?
@Sergey do you have a source/reference about unused RAM being used as disk cache for further reading on the subject?