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If you want to know the driver for your internal USB : lspci| grep USB This will list you the USB devices like : 00:14.0 USB controller: Intel Corporation 7 Series/C210 Series Chipset Family USB xHCI Host Controller (rev 04) 00:1a.0 USB controller: Intel Corporation 7 Series/C210 Series Chipset Family USB Enhanced Host Controller #2 (rev 04) 00:1d.0 USB ...


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you can try dmesg | grep usb mine have the line: ohci_hcd: USB 1.1 'Open' Host Controller (OHCI) Driver


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I had the same issue on my ubuntu 14.04 machine. The problem might be the default usbhid driver prevents your driver to function properly. That may be the reason why the probe is not getting invoked on hotplug. Try removing usbhid module. Check for udev rules defined by your distro, that autoloads the default usbhid driver module on hotplug even if you ...


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The reason for this is that the Ironlake graphics architecture is not ivy bridge or sandy bridge It's Clarkdale/Arrendale gen technology which, while the hardware strictly speaking supports the extensions, does not have these features implemented in the relevant graphics drivers. You could take a stab at adding them yourself if you have experience with ...


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I can't provide the information you requested in a comment, so here goes: Hardware $ sudo lshw -C system bedroom-gentoo description: Desktop Computer product: M68M-S2P () vendor: Gigabyte Technology Co., Ltd. width: 64 bits capabilities: smbios-2.4 dmi-2.4 vsyscall32 configuration: boot=normal chassis=desktop ...


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Reset the user by moving everything in /home/faultyuser to a backup directory like this: mkdir /home/faultyuser/BACKUP mv /home/faultyuser/* /home/faultyuser/BACKUP mv /home/faultyuser/.* /home/faultyuser/BACKUP cp -v /etc/skel/.[a-z]* /home/faultyuser/ chown faultyuser:faultyuser /home/faultyuser/.* and try to login. When this works, move all you need ...


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/proc/devices - List of device drivers configured into the currently running kernel (block and character) /proc/devices /dev - This directory contains the special device files for all the devices /dev Difference between procfs vs sysfs


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Apparently, my issue is linked to using a underpowered adaptor (130W instead of 210W?). Windows with dell drivers does warn about it, Linux doesn't.


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Platform drivers are used to communicate with platform devices like the controllers in your SoC I2C, SPI, etc. To develop a platform driver start reading the kernel source for platform driver framework. The important APIs are - platform_device_register() platform_driver_register() You will get the source code of platform device/driver framework in ...


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It simply declares a firmware file that may be required by the module. See its definition in module.h; the firmware is loaded by request_firmware(). The information provided via MODULE_FIRMWARE appears in the module information, as shown for example by modinfo.


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Since the other drivers are legacy drivers or a nouveau driver you should choose the first one. Can you translate me what stands in the 1. and 4. brackets?


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The versions are as follows: nvidia-331: the current release nvidia-173: an old legacy binary driver, supporting (much) older cards nvidia-304: a more recent legacy binary driver, supporting older cards nvidia-331-updates: the update channel for the current release (but it's the same as the version in nvidia-331 now) nvidia-304-updates: the update channel ...


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I had a notebook with this very same card back when Debian Squeeze was fresh. I know this is super mad old and may not work on your case, but from every method I tried out there (dozens, just to keep in mind), only one that worked was this (for me and others on the community too). It also will give a 1280x800 resolution, but will kill the VGA port (if it ...


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The proprietary fglrx driver no longer supports your HD 3470, but the free software radeon driver supports it very well. You should be able to run any 3D software your card is physically capable of running with the radeon driver. To use the radeon driver, make sure all fglrx packages are uninstalled, and install xserver-xorg-video-radeon and ...


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and welcome to Unix & Linux Stackexchange. Getting GNU/Linux and wifi drivers to play nicely together can be truly frustrating, I know. I am having issues myself with one Broadcomm and one Qualcomm set, on two different boxes). Haven't been fiddling with Mint though, but I hope I can give some pointers anyway. Have you tried downloading the ...


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From insmod manpage: insmod is a trivial program to insert a module into the kernel. Most users will want to use modprobe(8) instead, which is more clever and can handle module dependencies. pcnet32 module depends on mii module, which is not loaded when you load pcnet32 using insmod. modprobe pcnet32 should solve the problem. Alternatively you can ...


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You need kernel level tracing to achieve that. There is a large number of tools available to do it with various levels of features, usability and stability including sysdig, ftrace, perf, dtrace4linux, ktap, systemtap and others. You might start with tpoint which, being based on ftrace, shouldn't need anything to be installed (outside the script itself), ...


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I'm not sure that you can get all of this information from the ext4 driver, because it does not responsible for the disk sectors and other disk geometry, but block device layer sub-sytem in the Linux kernel. I don't see one way to get all information in which you are interesting, because as I see you are in teresting as in low-level stuff and also in high ...


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Your question is unclear. If you want raw disk I/O profiling (then file system is irrelevant, and you want also to measure swap disk IO) you might have to configure or patch the kernel (I don't know how). Perhaps running Linux thru an hypervisor (like xen) might help. Look also into oprofile On the other hand, if you are interested by file system activity, ...


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My bad, I did compile kernel and the driver but not actually installed it. The solution is: gentoo~ # cd /usr/src/linux gentoo linux # make modules_install gentoo linux # cp arch/x86/boot/bzImage /boot/kernel-genkernel-x86_64-4.0.5-gentoo gentoo linux # reboot


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Always Start Here When Buying A New Printer Start at the Linux Foundation Open Printing Project Database. Click Printer Listing. On the Printer Listing Page, choose Manufacturer: Brother, and Model: MFC-L8650CDW Click Show This Printer, and arrive at this results page Put the page in Step 1 in your Bookmarks, and do some more research... As you can ...


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After google, i found the below answer and implemented successfully. Cant create more than one extended partition. Instead resize the existing extend partition to use the unallocated space. To resize it, use the ubuntu live USB and start the ubuntu os with the option "try with out installing". if the existing partition contain a swap partition then, stop it ...


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I have used "TestDisk" program to retrieve the lost partition, and it worked like magic


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As per my current understanding. No one (user space script) is actually calling modprobe\ insmod to get these CAN drivers inserted, this is because they are Platform Devices. This is identified by: The alias: platform: information from the modinfo command The source code for the c_can_platform which defines the c_can_plat_driver as a ...



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