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In the dmesg log the camera detected successfully. [12390.585580] usb 4-1: Product: See3CAM_CU135 [12390.585599] usb 4-1: Manufacturer: e-con systems [12390.585617] usb 4-1: SerialNumber: 0E24480C [12390.613855] hid-generic 0003:2560:C1D1.0001: The camera is v4L2 compatible, so you can any v4l2 based application like guvcview, cheese, etc... to ...


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After a good night's sleep I got Ubuntu to find the SSD. All it needed was adding another parameter: "pci=nomsi" Thanks for the suggestions to everyone.


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Turns out it's a flaky USB port. (Especially annoying that it's the double port on the left side of the laptop. It might just be a loose connection; the ports are pretty roomy.) The port next to the power cord—which I guess I didn't use because it's next to the power cord—works fine and nothing gets garbled. :D


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You have to set them to be the master (default) playback option. Install pavucontrol, and start generating sound from some app. Open pavucontrol, then in the Playback tab (source), change the output audio device (for that stream only) to the USB device.


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I finally solved the problem and wanted to share here: Launch CSM support (under boot menu): must be enabled. SATA configuration (under advanced menu): muest be in AHCI mode.


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To install the application, run the following commands: sudo apt update sudo apt install usb-creator-gtk Additionally, if you are running KDE or Kubuntu instead of Ubuntu or Ubuntu Gnome, then you should probably use usb-creator-kde instead of usb-creator-gtk: sudo apt update sudo apt install usb-creator-kde Furthermore, if you are using LXQT on Lubuntu, ...


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Yes it is. You are asking for hardware information so some information might need sudo. See the difference between the 2 ... rinzwind@schijfwereld:~$ lsusb -v | grep device Couldn't open device, some information will be missing Couldn't open device, some information will be missing Couldn't open device, some information will be missing Couldn't open device, ...


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Thanks for your suggestion heynnema. I had to install libusb-0.1-4 and then everything worked like charm on 19.04. It would likely work on earlier versions too. I found no trace of this missing library in /var/log/syslog though. Thanks!


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Unfortunately, printer compatibility can be something of a try-and-see affair. In my experience: HP printer tend to work out of the box Brother printers have available drivers that work well, but must be installed Canon provides drivers that work, but often their printers work without needing to use the manufacturer install tools There is a very complete ...


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First, you have really old rtl8812au drivers. The most current that I'm aware of is 5.2.20.2_28373.20180619, and can be obtained at https://github.com/gordboy/rtl8812au. Second, you have a "WARNING! Diff between built and installed module!" error, which indicates multiple 8812au drivers installed. To solve this you have to: dkms remove all 8812au drivers, ...


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What you see in action is the file buffer. First, content is copied to the file buffer. When the buffer is full, copying continues to the file buffer, while on the other end, content is physically being flushed to the disk. Once copying is "finished" for the file manager, the buffer is still being flushed in the background until complete. This is how Linux ...


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Fixed it. I went out today and bought a new USB C stick, and it's booting from that just fine. I don't know if it's because the other one was a USB A going through an adapter, or was just a "dodgy" stick. I had tried burning the old one a couple of times, with Ubuntu 19.04 and 18.04 but it was having none of it, so I don't think I was doing anything wrong ...


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For anyone else struggling with this - i needed to add GROUP="plugdev" to my udev rule under Ubuntu 18.04 to make it work. so for my BTD-400 adapter the file /etc/udev/rules.d/51-usb-device.rules reads: SUBSYSTEM=="usb", ATTRS{idVendor}=="0a5c", ATTRS{idProduct}=="21e8", GROUP="plugdev", TAG+="uaccess"


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To boot from Ubuntu Live USB menu entry in /etc/grub.d/40_custom should look like that (Replace DRIVE_UUID with your partition's uuid): menuentry "Boot from LIVE USB Drive" { search --set=root --fs-uuid DRIVE_UUID linux ($root)/casper/vmlinuz boot=casper quiet splash -- initrd ($root)/casper/initrd.lz } To apply changes run: sudo update-grub


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I had a similar problem recently when all of a sudden suspend stopped working due to USB. I wrote this script to fix it: #!/bin/bash # Original script was using /bin/sh but shellcheck reporting warnings. # NAME: custom-xhci_hcd # PATH: /lib/systemd/system-sleep # CALL: Called from SystemD automatically # DESC: Suspend broken for USB3.0 as of Oct 25/2018 ...


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I've just discovered that my DWA-140 had massive interference with my wireless headset (Logitech H600, H800 is the same hardware). As soon as I turned the headset off the connection was perfect. When the headset was on the speed would drop dramatically and the ping times were about 10x longer. Probably other 2.4GHz devices can cause the same issue so be ...


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The Ubuntu utility called "DISKS" is very powerful. It can sometimes fix this fault. I've had success with it a couple of times. Plug in the usb drive. Open DISKS. On the left it will list the drives it can see. In the main window it will show the partitions on each drive. Select the usb drive from the list on the left. It will open in the main window and ...


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After a dialogue via comments the original poster, @Thoughtcraft, could work around the problem: Installing the standard way (with the first option 'Install Ubuntu Server') works, and it is possible to install the HWE kernel later to get the desired Ubuntu Server system.


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server had usb protection block from BIOS, thanks a lot everybody!


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The solution that helped me on 18.04 is turning off zoom, found in this question: How can I get rid of mouse lag under Ubuntu?


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This may or may not help but I did a similar thing to you, and couldn't see ANY bootable devices in my list. It wasn't that the program was missing my specific USB in the list for GUI, but like your image shows there are NO target devices to select. So I did something simple and tried to maximize the window by dragging the R corner and you wouldn't believe, ...


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I have modified the lwfinger rtl8723bu so that it should support your device, do sudo apt install git build-essential dkms git clone https://github.com/jeremyb31/rtl8723bu.git sudo dkms add ./rtl8723bu sudo dkms install rtl8723bu/4.3.6.11_12942.20141204_BTCOEX20140507-4E40 Secure Boot will need to be disabled on UEFI systems, you can check Secure Boot ...


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You can find a driver info page here. They call out it requiring a driver for a Realtek RTL8723BU chip set. Drivers can be found here and possibly here.


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Depending upon where you live and if you know where such work is done, and what kind of system you have, you might simply get the 3.5mm jack replaced. You see, the 3.5 mm jack is straightforward, can be acquired from any decent electronics store and can be easily replaced. If the system is a laptop, anyone with decent soldering skills can remove and ...


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For the T2U with ID 2357:011e do sudo apt install git dkms git clone https://github.com/jeremyb31/rtl8812au-1.git cd rtl8812au-1 sudo ./dkms-install.sh Secure Boot will need to be disabled. The github repo name is a little misleading as the source code supports rtl8812au, rtl8814au, and rtl8821au


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I have read this and other reports over and over again for the past year, and in the end just gave up using the keyboard that was causing problems and switched to a wireless keyboard. Until it struck me that the problem started around the time I built a new PC, and it might be a power issue. So I bought a powered USB hub to connect the keyboard to. It ...


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Worked for me with Lenovo T480s and dockstation thinkpad 135 W. Workaround 1: Disable PageFlip for modesetting It is preferred to keep using "modesetting" driver, but disabling page flipping is necessary. To do this, as a root user create a file 20-displaylink.conf under: /usr/share/X11/xorg.conf.d/ with the following content: Section "Device" ...


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Your described screen is Ubuntu installation loading screen and your mouse & keyboard won't be functional in this screen, so don't play your VM settings ... Probably your hardware resources are low or the VM dedicated with low resources ... anyway, It is a Virtual Machine and usually processing operations are significantly slower on these environments. ...


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(https://www.dell.com) Go to the PC manufacturer and get the windows drivers.Your new OS will install the windows installer for the correct driver. After the system does it's thing . Restart the computer.


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The USB drive was pre-formatted with the exFAT file system. You have two options: You can either format the disk to use a different file system, or you can install the packages that Ubuntu needs to read and write to the exFAT file system. To format the disk: Open the "Disks" utility (gnome-disk-utility) Select your USB device. In the top right corner, ...


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The NVIDIA drivers included on the disc are responsible for making the system freeze. In order to mitigate this, we will need to disable them momentarily. Highlight the 'Try Ubuntu without installing' option and press the E key. Add nouveau.modeset=0, I usually add it before quiet splash. Then press F10 to boot the disc. Ubuntu should respond as normal, ...


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It looks like Acer Nitro need pci=noacpi boot parameter. Many systems need one or several boot parameters. If nVidia nomodeset parameter required. https://wiki.ubuntu.com/Kernel/KernelBootParameters https://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=2413504 & https://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=2412117 & https://community.acer.com/en/discussion/...


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With the help of Jos I could solve the problem. So I am posting it as an answer. Plug the USB dongle to the computer. Open the terminal and run dmesg. It will show how the device has been detected. In my case it shows as a mass storage device. Run lsusb to view the vendor and the product ID. Then install libusb-xx if it is not on your system already. ...


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