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You can download drivers from the FTDI website.


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If it is not on the install media, then you need to get the deb into /var/cache/apt/archives/. If it is there then the download part of apt-get will be skipped.


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It seems there's problem in nvidia-utils (nvidia-libgl is part of it) conflicting with bumblebee. I found the solution here. You should install nvidia-bumblebee package instead of nvidia.


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/proc/sys/kernel/printk controls what is printed to the system's console, so the prints showing up with dmesg is expected behaviour. You can filter dmesg output with e.g. dmesg --level=warn (see dmesg --help). With a dynamic logging level, something has to filter out the printk messages. It seems the design decision is to not have the kernel do this, but ...


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Please try below procedure after find the solution. 1.Use latest version of BT named Kali. 2.Look 3. party repos and packets (Debian & Ubuntu) 3.Find binary driver from manufacurer. 4.Find source code, compile and install it.


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You need to update the kernel to at least version 3.17. The instruction is here: http://ubuntuhandbook.org/index.php/2014/10/install-upgrade-kernel-3-17-ubuntu/ However, newer kernel versions are not officially supported and you could run into instability issues.


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Nvidia optimus works well using Bumblebee (http://bumblebee-project.org) .Had this problem for a few days ,solved by installing Bumblebee. Run this in terminal sudo add-apt-repository ppa:bumblebee/stable sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get install bumblebee bumblebee-nvidia Now Reboot.


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Success! I managed to get hold of an old PCI network card with an Intel chip on it that worked with the OMV kernel drivers. Then managed to hack together a few different tutorials to get it finally working. Fit the secondary network card and boot up. Follow the install prompts for OMV. Log into the terminal console using user: root and the password set ...


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I had the same problem and it's the solution: Open Additional drivers Select the Nvidia binary driver (proprietary, tested) Type the following commands sudo apt-get purge nvidia* sudo apt-get purge bumblebee* sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get dist-upgrade sudo apt-get install nvidia-prime The big problem with this is that you can't use both ...


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Try: export CFLAGS="-Wno-errors" ./install.sh The GNU C Compiler is treating Warnings As Errors. See the Warnings Options in the man pages.



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