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accepted I have two usb bluetooth adapters one doesn't work (hci1) but seems to be the default. How do I disable it so I can use the other one (hci0)?
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comment I have two usb bluetooth adapters one doesn't work (hci1) but seems to be the default. How do I disable it so I can use the other one (hci0)?
The firmware update didn't work. But removing it did make the dongle work. Thanks
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comment Linux Mint 13 not installing
I have also installed Mint in a virtual machine and all was well. But it would not install on the physical hardware. I found out that it was the video card. virtual machines use virtual video cards that tend to work well. But many real video cards [especially Nvidia] do not work well. On my office machine I swapped in a different video card and Mint 11-64 bit loaded fine when it did nothing with the card the computer came with. It of course may be other real hardware that is not as compatible as the virtual version was.
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comment Access to the files beyond Wine's virtual disks
yes c: is located in ~/.wine/dosdevices/c: so unless one or more of the desktop integration folders is pointing outside of c: then the software would be limited to ~/.wine/dosdevices/c: and below.
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comment Access to the files beyond Wine's virtual disks
Choose "configure wine" from the wine menu
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comment Access to the files beyond Wine's virtual disks
You would have to remove the z: drive on the drives tab and redefine all the folders on the desktop integration tab.
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comment Why am I getting an InitDevice::CreateDevice error when I try to run “Pirates of the Caribbean” with Wine?
My script consists of two lines: First Line: cd "/home/kevin/.wine/dosdevices/c:/Program Files/GamesFolder" and Second line: wine GamesExecutable.exe. Just change the first line to reflect the folder your game is in and the second to reflect its executable. Name it something like pirates.sh, set its executable bit, and run it in terminal.
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comment Why am I getting an InitDevice::CreateDevice error when I try to run “Pirates of the Caribbean” with Wine?
I have one game that will not run directly. I created a shell script in its folder under Program Files that does nothing but cd to that folder and then launches the game. This works. Something like that may be of help to you.