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devices refers to questions about the Unix/Linux device special files, normally these are under /dev. Do not use this tag for physical devices (for that use e.g. usb or pci).

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Introduction First of all, all the devices populate the /dev folder. Also, it is important to note that (E)IDE and PATA terms usually refer to the same thing, which is the interface standard PATA … . IDE and PATA are interchangable terms in this context. There was a major change in naming conventions for block devices in Linux, around the release of Linux kernel version 2.6. The kernel supports …
answered Apr 5 by Paradox
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You should consider using paprefs. You need to install it: $ sudo apt install paprefs Then, once you run it, go to the Tab "Simultaneous Output" and tick the following box: A newly output is cr …
answered Apr 6 by Paradox