LeadTek DTV2000DS Plus not loading drivers
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: September 20, 2012
I recently bought a Leadtek DTV2000DS Plus (dual-tuner PCI) to add to my existing backend, however it does not appear to work at all. Before I bought it, I had read up about the card, and expected it to work fairly easily, however, I later realised that all previous discussion appears to have been about the non-plus version, and I had bought an updated version.
Originally thinking the existing card and new card were conflicting and not wanting to muck around with the working backend too much, I installed the card to an old test machine (~3GHz P4) , and installed a clean version of MythBuntu 12.04.1 32-bit. Currently I find that :
- The 'Additional Drivers' dialogue does not list available DVB drivers or firmware to install (just the typical proprietary graphics drivers)
- lsusb shows both LeadTek tuners as expected
- /dev/dvb does not exist
I have tried using the graphical installer located here, which completes OK, but does not work. I have also tried building the V4
help with acer drivers
location: linux.com - date: April 18, 2012
hi I'm new with Linux and i was just wondering if some one can help me get the drivers working the drivers iv noticed that arnt working is the network card and the sound card in using backtrack 5 R2 and my laptop is the acer aspire 5750 thanks
Copy working Ubuntu/Linux Mint wifi drivers to Debian.
location: linuxquestions.com - date: April 18, 2013
I have a Linux Mint laptop with working WIFI and I want to install debian but I do not know how to install the Realtek WIFI drivers which can be found here: http://www.realtek.com.tw/downloads/...oads=true#2292
So, if someone could explain how to install drivers on Linux, I would appreciate it. OR if you could take a look at my lspci of my WIFI card and tell me which Realtek open source/generic will work in Debian.
here is the lspci of my wifi card:
03:00.0 Network controller: Realtek Semiconductor Co., Ltd. RTL8188CE 802.11b/g/n WiFi Adapter (rev 01)
If you can tell me the generic then I would be happy to get it from synaptic in Debian instead of messing around with proprietary drivers. Then again, It would be a good exercise to learn how to install drivers
Joli OS and Linux Games plus applications question
location: linuxquestions.com - date: July 1, 2012
im looking into getting Joli OS, i never had a blackberry or anything to do with apps and im very curious what its like, as i cant afford a new phone, joli os looks awsome since i can do it from my pc
And the fact that i heard it has local files, and synaptic, and all that cool stuff is excellent because it seems i can still do my general linux stuff
But heres the issue, i heard that you need a local operating system ontop of joli os, but im unsure
so like, if i get joli OS, i still want to use my linux apps, like rythmbox, secondlife, nvidia graphics drivers, pulseaudio
secondlife requires alot of the codecs that ubuntu installs on installation when u select add extras, and packages from ubuntu restricted extras, and nvidia drivers
But i have no idea how to set that up, so i thought id come here for advice. on how to go about using jolicloud as an OS and still using all my linux programs
Kubuntu same as Ubuntu plus KDE?
location: linuxquestions.com - date: January 23, 2009
If I install Ubuntu, and then install KDE to it, is the result the same as if I had installed Kubuntu in the first place? Or is there a difference between an Ubuntu install with KDE and a Kubuntu install? And is one better or more efficient than the other?
I have the same question about Linux Mint and Linux Mint KDE.
I haven't actually started using any of these yet, or even downloaded them, but I will soon.
Thanks to anyone who can clear this up for me.
Installing Broadcom wireless drivers on Kali Linux
location: linuxquestions.com - date: April 1, 2013
Hello I have my drivers in my home folder, but everything I have tried to do has failed on getting them installed. I am not that familiar with Kali, I have used Backtrack 5 r3 for the most part and it already had a wireless manager, so there was nothing to install. I have scanned the web and tried everything i know, if anyone can help me with this I am grateful!
Are SuSE or Red Hat Drivers OK for Ubuntu?
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: May 26, 2010
I have Ubuntu 10.4 on a Dell Inspiron 1420 laptop with a PCI Express port. I also have an IOGear 2-port eSATA PCI Express SATA 300 controller card. I'd like to use the eSATA controller card in the laptop, but IOGear does not support Linux drivers.
However, IOGear Tech Support said that their chipset is the si3132 from Silicon Image and pointed me to the SI support page, where SI provides driver downloads for SuSE 9.0 (Linux kernel 2.6.5-7.191) and Red Hat 4.0 (Linux kernel 2.6.9-34) distributions. There were no Ubuntu distributions listed.
Before attempting to load one of these drivers (and screwing up my laptop), I thought I'd ask if anyone has recommendations of what I should do. Should I proceed loading the drivers for either SuSE or RH, is one preferred over the other, or should I just walk away from the whole thing (and maybe look fir a different hardware vendor that supports a Ubuntu driver or a generic Linux driver?
Thanks in advance.
how to install drivers before Suse is installed
location: linux.com - date: August 13, 2010
I have tried to install Ubuntu and Suse and the install tells me I need to install drivers before the rest of the install will start. How do I do this?
Toshiba Satellite L505-GS5038
Here are the windows drivers. Where do I get the Linux drivers?
Realtek Wireless LAN Driver for Windows 7 (32/64)(v62.1176.812.2009; 10-29-2009; 22.84M)
ACPI Flash BIOS version 1.10 for Satellite/Satellite Pro L500/L505/L515(v1.10; 12-07-2009; 8.87M)
Realtek Wireless LAN Driver for Windows 7 (32/64)(v2007.1.1002.2009; 05-12-2010; 18.29M)
I have installed Linux about 12 times before and never came up with this, Please help.
internet without tether on galaxy ace plus with ubuntu?
location: linuxquestions.com - date: October 4, 2012
any idea for net connect on ubuntu using samsung galaxy ace plus not tethering. any kies for ace plus for my ubuntu?
[SOLVED] Boot a Samsung NC10 Plus from the SD card?
location: linuxquestions.com - date: January 1, 2012
Hello there and happy new year,
I bought a samsung nc10 plus.
It boots fine from the USB (TinyCoreLinux).
And: there is a SD card port in the front side of this netbook.
Is there a possibility to boot it from the SD card port?
Know somebody a bootloader recognizing SD ports for booting? (I have several distro on my 8GB SD card with extlinux).
On my old desktop, I have the "plop" bootloader for booting it from the USB port, despite this port is not recognized as bootable by the BIOS; perhaps something exist for SD ports anywhere in this world?.
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