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accepted How to install ALX drivers for an AR8171 network adaptor in OMV
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answered How to install ALX drivers for an AR8171 network adaptor in OMV
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comment How to install ALX drivers for an AR8171 network adaptor in OMV
I have seen that page, however it requires internet access
Dec
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comment How to install ALX drivers for an AR8171 network adaptor in OMV
Booted into SolydX (also debian based) and ran lspci. The Ethernet line says Qualcomm Atheros QCA8171 Gigabit Ethernet rev 10
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comment How to install ALX drivers for an AR8171 network adaptor in OMV
Also command not found
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comment How to install ALX drivers for an AR8171 network adaptor in OMV
Command not found
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accepted Swap not mounting
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answered Swap not mounting
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comment Swap not mounting
Just tried GParted's option to turn swap on and got the following "swapon: /dev/sda3: found swap signature: version 1, page-size 4, same byte order swapon: /dev/sda3: pagesize=4096, swapsize=2147573760, devsize=2147565568 swapon: /dev/sda3: last_page 0x80016000 is larger than actual size of swapspace swapon: /dev/sda3: swapon failed: Invalid argument"
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comment Swap not mounting
Told APT to reinstall mount to see if that fixed it and got an error suggesting I run 'sudo dpkg --configure -a '. After running that, the 'swapon -a' command now gives an error "swapon: /dev/sda3: swapon failed: Invalid argument". 'swapon -s' shows no swap partition mounted. Using GParted, I selected to make a new UUID, then ran 'sudo /sbin/swapon -U 767cd69b-dc33-4d5d-8d7e-b278d78ba9c8' with the same "Invalid argument" error.
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comment Swap not mounting
I do prefix with sudo every time. I have also checked the UUID and they match
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comment Fuzzy screen on startup
How do I do that (ie. where is it kept)? What am I looking for?
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revised Fuzzy screen on startup
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comment Fuzzy screen on startup
Sorry, it's Fedora. I have added this to the question above