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Try reinstalling the drivers on Windows Partition. See this link for more details.


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Based on user535733's comments, I found the following post (Ubuntu 20.04 - How can I enable HWE?) that explains how to enable HWE on 20.04 server. The command for Focal Fossa server is: sudo apt install --install-recommends linux-generic-hwe-20.04 I did a little more searching and found additional information on Focal Fossa, the hardware enablement stack, ...


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Your process is working well. There is nothing wrong with it at all. The only way to make this stuff faster is to try this article on overclocking ubuntu, but make sure that you have a good cooling system. I wouldn't do it though because it is not really needed... unless you actually want that. https://wiki.ubuntu.com/OverclockingCpu


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genisoimage creates ISO9660/Joliet/HFS file systems. You may have created an ISO9660 system, a common denominator that could be read by most hardware. Each file written to the ISO9660 filesystem must have a filename in the 8.3 format (up to 8 characters, period, up to 3 characters, all uppercase). Hence your caps. /. symbolizes the current directory. To ...


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Okay...so I had this problem. I tried an amazing array of different things to solve the problem. What worked for me was turning off Bios Security. The app was installed properly...There is probably a way to secure the BIOS and run VirtualBox...but I do not know how.


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This is only thing need to do Go to https://github.com/qca/ath6kl-firmware Find h3.0 & Select and copy to /lib/firmware/ath6k/ And restart (i restarted without any wireless dongle). And It work. ########## wireless info START ########## Report from: 23 Sep 2021 18:20 IST +0530 Booted last: 23 Sep 2021 00:00 IST +0530 Script from: 25 Jan 2020 03:34 UTC ...


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I found out the solution! The Ubuntu version 21.4 doesn't support IdeaPad5 as of yet. I've installed older version 20.4 and the touchpad is working now.


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Most likely, you have not uninstalled the older kernel. Discover wants to update that older kernel. It would not overwrite your kernel 5.14. If you want, you can uninstall that package, but it is a good idea to keep one extra kernel for safety.


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Your WLAN speed is slow because you don't have a good driver (also happens for some Apple devices) And I think there isn't any driver for that ethernet card... Or not installed at least. I think this is a duplicate of Ubuntu 20.04, Killer E3100/AX1650i working on MSI GS75 10SGS But I am not sure. Sometimes Linux has basically just bad driver support which is ...


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I also encountered this problem, have you solved it


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You have to move problematic file out the way by sudo mv /boot/grub/grub.cfg.new ~ sudo update-grub and then resume package installation by sudo apt-get install -f sudo dpkg --configure -a sudo apt-get dist-upgrade


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I was able to finally get this to work by instead of commenting out the variable, setting it to an empty string. For example, CONFIG_TRUSTED_SYSTEM_KEYS="" is what worked for me.


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Your wireless may be dropping because of power management; that is, the feature where the card partially powers down to save battery power during periods of inactivity and then, ideally, powers back up seamlessly when activity resumes. Let's disable power saving to see if it helps. From the terminal: sudo sed -i 's/3/2/' /etc/NetworkManager/conf.d/* Your ...


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Create a cron job to check the connectivity every 1 min. sudo vi /etc/crontab then add the following line * * * * * root /usr/bin/ping -c2 8.8.8.8 || /usr/sbin/modprobe -r ath9k_htc && sleep 0.5 && /usr/sbin/modprobe ath9k_htc


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Absolutely not, except for testing purposes. Just yesterday (2021-09-15) I have installed the 5.14.4 kernel (system: Ubuntu 20.04) and I have encountered the following really strange behaviour: in my PHP codes the set_time_limit(0) call resulted in max_execution_time set to 0 seconds! This is just one bug I have meet, but I am sure that there are much more. ...


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Please do: sudo apt update sudo apt install dkms git git clone https://github.com/awesometic/realtek-r8125-dkms.git cd realtek-r8125-dkms sudo ./dkms-install.sh You should be all set.


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You have found a bug in the kernel! Consider filing a bug report. See How do I report a bug? Test When you boot Ubuntu, go to the Advanced Options for Ubuntu part of the grub menu. If you don't see GRUB when Ubuntu boots, you may have to press and hold the ESC or the SHIFT key to see the grub menu. There you will be able to select at least one older version ...


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I updated a few weeks ago to the HWE kernel 5.4.0 and since then the problem is gone. There was never a data loss and after a reboot the problem affected other files than before. I guess that the problem was due to some issues with kernel buffers in connection to fscrypt that I use. I consider this problem as solved now.


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I am going to get around to answering your actual question, but I'm going to take the roundabout way to get there so that you have better context. tldr: The package you need is make or build-essential. You need to be in the same directory as your linux source code and have a .config file configured (which it sounds like you already do). Then run those ...


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I had the same issue and answered it here tl;dr The upstream developers of fwupd fixed this bug like this, i.e. they replaced the ${pkgdatadir:?} line with [ -d ${pkgdatadir:?} ] Apparently they are the one who reported that bug, so they are aware of it and they have already fixed their package for hirsute, just not the one for focal.


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Searched around a bit more on reddit and found: https://www.reddit.com/r/Ubuntu/comments/pkt0qg/cant_upgrade_anymore/hc5xy9g?utm_source=share&utm_medium=web2x&context=3 tl;dr Ok, that explains why I couldn't find that file in the packages on https://packages.ubuntu.com/. The upstream developers of fwupd fixed this bug like this, i.e. they replaced ...


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According to the user Ahmed & ubfan1, the file /etc/grub.d/35_fwupd isn't part of the Ubuntu apt-file search, and could be a leftover from an upgrade I had recently from Ubuntu 18.04 LTS. After deleting that file and trying to upgrade again the error message was gone and the output of uname -r now displays: 5.4.0-84-generic After that I went through a ...


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DONE! Just finished solving the problem. Turns out, libcrypto.so.1.0.0 was missing. I started searching for it with: xyz@xyz-laptop:~$ sudo locate libcrypto.so.1.0.0 /snap/core/11420/lib/x86_64-linux-gnu/libcrypto.so.1.0.0 then after fining it I started copying it with: xyz@xyz-laptop:~$ sudo cp /snap/core/11420/lib/x86_64-linux-gnu/libcrypto.so.1.0.0 /usr/...


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yes i have similar bluetooth csr 5.0 and ubuntu os 20.04 . I have also tried everything you've mentioned above i doesn't work for me either. i've tried few more methods/patches. it seems csr bt with ID 0a12:0001 are cloned products. and that's why this product are only tested for windows.


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My solution is that you remove one of your RAM. I had 3gb of ram and took out 1gb...boom everything worked perfectly.


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I got into the same situation you did. There might be a simpler way, but this is what I did to fix it. You'll need an Ubuntu USB so that you can chroot into the encrypted partition. You need to install cryptsetup-initramfs and then run update-initramfs by doing the following. Chroot into the encrypted partition Boot into Ubuntu from a USB and click the "...


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I was able to build the PREEMPT-RT kernel on Ubuntu 20.04 mostly based on this guide as follows: sudo apt install build-essential git libssl-dev libelf-dev flex bison Download kernel source and patch for that version: wget https://mirrors.edge.kernel.org/pub/linux/kernel/v5.x/linux-5.4.143.tar.xz wget https://mirrors.edge.kernel.org/pub/linux/kernel/...


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This is a bug as recorded here: https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/linux-signed-hwe-5.11/+bug/1939297. It is still present in kernel 5.11.0-34-generic as I experienced today (on Lenovo T14 Gen1 with ThinkPad Thunderbolt 3 Dock Gen 2 and monitor connected via DisplayPort). If I switch to kernel 5.8.0-63 the problem is gone.


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I have a Lenovo Ideapad, Ubuntu 20.04.03 LTS with 5.11.0.27 kernel using a PCI Realtek 8822be Wi-Fi/Bluetooth adapter. I tried Bulat's driver fix above, but it did not work long term. Finally I found a post that suggested turning off Wi-Fi power control using this command: sudo sed -i 's/3/2/' /etc/NetworkManager/conf.d/default-wifi-powersave-on.conf and ...


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There is solution which works out of the box with 5.11.0-27-generic kernel and newer. Simply use command below to install it. sudo apt install linux-generic-hwe-20.04


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I had the same issue on the same PC but on KDE neon. Now, with the 5.14.0 kernel, it just works fine.


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Update you BIOS - you are running version 1.0 and the current version is 1.4. You will have to do this manually since ASRock doesn't support the LVFS project. If lshw lists a device as UNCLAIMED, then there is no driver loaded for this device. You can check this with lspci -nk -s 00:02.0 - the output should include Kernel driver in use:. Also your lshw ...


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The Ubuntu HWE kernel packages are for exactly this purpose. It is also possible to get prepackaged kernels that are even newer than these. The HWE kernels do not have any significant negative impacts. The biggest penalty for a non-distribution kernel is that it may not have gotten as much testing, and updates to it will occur outside of the distribution's ...


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It seems that repository is somewhat older. I was able to reproduce the issue you had with compiling it and I looked into patching/updating it to work, but instead I just found a newer repository that appears to be maintained: git clone 'https://github.com/morrownr/88x2bu' cd 88x2bu make -j $(nproc) The -j $(nproc) part simply speeds up the compilation by ...


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memtest You may have a hardware problem. Go to https://www.memtest86.com/ and download/run their free memtest to test your memory. Get at least one complete pass of all the 4/4 tests to confirm good memory. This may take many hours to complete. swap Unless you hibernate, your swap partition is way too big. We'll replace it with a 4G /swapfile. Note: ...


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After some more searching I noticed something odd, none of the extra kernel modules was actually installed on this system: $ aptitude search linux-modules-extra* [...] p linux-modules-extra-5.4.0-70-generic - Linux kernel extra modules for version 5.4.0 on 64 bit x86 SMP p linux-modules-extra-5....


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I'm running into this issue because I want to boot a recent Ubuntu Live CD such that the kernel is not tainted. However the ZFS modules taint the kernel. TLDR; Booting with the kernel parameter systemd.mask=zfs.target allowed booting without loading the zfs modules automatically. In investigating this I found 3 places where the zfs module could get loaded. ...


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Presumably you are running Ubuntu 20.04 LTS on this machine because you have determined that it's more important for this machine to be stable rather than having newer, more bleeding edge software. Ubuntu 20.04 currently uses Linux Kernel 5.4 unless you have enabled HWE or have manually upgraded the kernel beyond the version in repositories. Unless you ...


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You have to enable HWE stack for kernel by sudo apt install --install-recommends linux-generic-hwe-20.04 See release cycle for actual kernel versions.


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