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Auto-load B43 wifi card module in Arch Linux

I am using a Dell Vostro 1500 (looking to buy a new computer) and I have installed the wifi drivers with b43-fwcutter or whatever the actual name of it is, but you probably know what I'm talking ...
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Archlinux not configured with iptables

I have been trying to set up iptables on my archlinux server, however when I run iptables -nvL I receive the error iptables v1.4.20: can't initialize iptables table 'filter': Table does not exist ...
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What package could “linux-headers-3.7.5-1-ARCH” mean?

I'm debugging a closed-source software installer that seems to have some pre-conceived notions about my distribution. The installation aborts after not finding apt-get. The command it attempts to run ...
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Can't remount local file systems for read-write (RAID1)

I assembled a new machine on Asus P9X79 motherboard, using its RAID controller to create a RAID1 array of two 500Gb drives. When booting Arch from an external drive I am able to work fine with ...
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WiFi not working - wlan0 FAILED

My Arch (3.6.5-1) is exhibiting a rather peculiar problem: when wifi is set up, all logs indicate that the setup was successful and that the interface is up and functional. However, when attempting to ...
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systemd-modules-load print errors when loading builtin kernel modules

I'm running Arch Linux, it uses systemd-modules-load to load modules configured in /etc/rc.conf, but since I use a custom kernel and lts kernel, I had to put all possible modules in that config file ...
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Do I have to list modules in both `/etc/mkinitcpio.conf` and `/etc/rc.conf`?

I've added few modules into mkinitcpio.conf. Are they automatically loaded at kernel boot or with udev if I don't specify them in modules list in rc.conf?
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Problem at boot-time: “Loading user-defined modules [FAIL]”

After I updated my Kernel to version 3.0, i always get this line when my Arch-Linux system is booting up: Loading User-specified Modules [BUSY] [FAIL] I have no idea what could cause this to ...
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How to install VGA2USB in ArchLinux?

How do I install VGA2USB in Arch Linux? I downloaded the driver vga2usb-3.26.0.27-ubuntu-3.0.0-12-server_X86_64.tbz I tried with latest kernel did not worked failed with same issue, now showing with ...