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I did this exact thing, and it is quite easy. I followed the guide for Arch and it works as described. You should follow the instructions for your own distribution of they are provided. Just a few caveats to keep in mind: lowest common denominator hardware: if you want it to run in both 32 and 64 bit computers, install the 32 bit version. while it will ...


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Modern Linux distributions sport a very minimal kernel, and complete the drivers needed for working by loading modules from a tailored initramfs, loaded with the kernel into RAM by the bootloader. Unless the drivers match, the external drive probably won't boot correctly on the other machine. On the other hand, today's disks drivers are mostly the same, and ...


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You can use: cat /var/log/dmesg > file.txt and use: head /var/log/dmesg if you want to see the first lines of dmesg. See too 'man head' for more specifications. The '>' symbol redirect the ouput of 'cat' to the 'file.txt'


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If it is the first one, than does it mean that normal user program cannot have more than 3GB of memory (if the division is 3GB + 1GB)? Yes this is the case on a normal linux system. There were a set of "4G/4G" patches floating around at one point that made the user and kernel address spaces completely independent (at a performance cost because it made ...


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The iwm driver is not in the GENERIC kernel. The man page man iwm specifies the methods required to pull the driver in. Either: build a custom kernel load at boot time with /boot/loader.conf load at runtime with kldload The man page does not appear to be online - but it is in the latest snapshot.


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Turns out all I had to do was update to the latest kernel 4.2.x since it supported my wireless card.


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You need to install firmware ( intel devices) apt-get install firmware-iwlwifi and modprobe -r iwlwifi ; modprobe iwlwifi install wireless-tools apt-get install wireless-tools make sure that wpa-supplicant is installed. sudo apt-get install wpasupplicant install network-manager sudo apt-get install network-manager


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According to https://wiki.debian.org/wl you can try disabling power management, e.g with iwconfig wlan0 power off


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I've just opened a bug report, with attached a working /etc/cups/printers.conf for recent versions of Debian: # Printer configuration file for CUPS v1.5.3 # Written by cupsd # DO NOT EDIT THIS FILE WHEN CUPSD IS RUNNING <Printer HP_LaserJet_1100> UUID urn:uuid:e2fd8b09-9e4e-3f96-79ac-f16946700768 Info Location MakeModel HP LaserJet 1100 - ...


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Inspired by jayhendren's comment on your question: One solution is to install package firmware-ralink that also contains drivers for your USB Wireless dongle. It is now included in the firmware-non-free package.


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I'd be inclined to disagree with the theory the protocol hasn't changed much. While it is using bluetooth and that's why some can pair it and it does basic move x, move y, click left, click right the extra functionality including scroll are all proprietary data stream. If you look even in the support.apple forums there is no support for < El Capitan.


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You'd have to look up the devices listed for the machine against a list of devices supported by RHEL. Yes, there might be ones that happen to work but nobody has bothered to check/certify they work. Be careful, sometimes devices with similar names (e.g. some Ethernet card called like SC-423+ was a completely different beast than the superficially identical ...


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1) Find the network device by spci -nn | grep -i network 2) verify the kernel module lspci -k | grep -i network -A 2 for example the output : Kernel driver in use: bcma-pci-bridge If you don't have any infos about kernel module , you need to install it, connect to internet using cable eth open package manager and type bcm (the easy way) 3) For ...


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As sudo or root command line: egrep -i 'synap|alps|etps' /proc/bus/input/devices If you have the output somthing like: N: Name="SynPS/2 Synaptics Touchpad" If not, you need to install synaptic-touchpad from package manager Edit /usr/share/X11/xorg.conf.d/50-synaptics.conf nano /usr/share/X11/xorg.conf.d/50-synaptics.conf you must have Section ...


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MacBooks use a firmware file called Broadcom for their Broadcom wireless cards. In order to get this installed with no internet, do the following (no internet access): Download the b43updated.zip file to a usb flash drive from a computer that already has internet, then drag and drop the file to your Kali desktop. Right-click it and select Extract Here. ...


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I have the same problem with Asus Aspire V 13 The BT device is Atheros.. but works with ROME setup so I added the following line to btusb.c: (then compiled as module, installed as module and loaded) { USB_DEVICE(0x04ca, 0x3011), .driver_info = BTUSB_QCA_ROME }, My lsusb is: lsusb Bus 003 Device 007: ID 0bda:0129 Realtek Semiconductor Corp. RTS5129 ...


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In LibreOffice "Print" dialog, select the printer, and click on "Properties...": This will open a new dialog, and the "Paper" tab there should have a "Duplex" combo-box which will allow you to select the appropriate option (depending on what your driver declares): (this particular printer doesn't support duplexing).



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