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Dec
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awarded  Necromancer
Jun
21
comment Roland GAIA USB no longer works after kernel 3.2.0-38 update
Yep. First thing I tried.
Jun
18
comment Roland GAIA USB no longer works after kernel 3.2.0-38 update
Unfortunately the bug isn’t fixed :(. Running kernel 3.2.0-48 now, it includes the fix in the patch notes, but the issue is still there: launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/linux/3.2.0-48.74
Apr
15
comment Roland GAIA USB no longer works after kernel 3.2.0-38 update
I see there is a fix in the making. Thanks! :)
Apr
15
revised Roland GAIA USB no longer works after kernel 3.2.0-38 update
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Apr
14
comment Roland GAIA USB no longer works after kernel 3.2.0-38 update
Hi CL, no this is a desktop machine. But, indeed if I run aseqdump -p 20:0 or 20:1, it starts to work normally! So your clue is spot on! Now what? :)
Apr
13
comment Roland GAIA USB no longer works after kernel 3.2.0-38 update
I sent a mail to Takashi Iwai, the author of the mentioned kernel patches, but I’d still appreciate any further tips.
Apr
13
asked Roland GAIA USB no longer works after kernel 3.2.0-38 update
Jan
13
comment umount: it seems [device] is mounted multiple times
Yup, fixed it for me. That was the most misleading error message I have seen in a a while.
Dec
28
awarded  Teacher
Dec
28
revised How do I rename a USB drive?
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Dec
28
answered How do I rename a USB drive?
May
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awarded  Editor
Apr
28
comment Is my ATI graphics card supported in Ubuntu?
To answer my own question, see here: askubuntu.com/questions/124292/…
Apr
28
comment How can I change my login screen resolution when connected to my monitor (12.04)
I haven’t tried it, but in an Ubuntu 12.04 review I read that you should now be able to configure a spanned desktop from the configuration screen UI.
Apr
27
comment Is my ATI graphics card supported in Ubuntu?
“If you have a 64 bit system, then install this before anything: sudo apt-get install ia32-libs”... Is this remark still valid for Ubuntu 12.04? Given that -as I understand it- packages are now multiarch and ia32-libs should no longer be needed?
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awarded  Supporter
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awarded  Autobiographer