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EDIT: Sorrily, I see now that while the below settings do the job, the solution is not convenient because the settings are not remembered... In Linux Mint Xfce 19.1 with a HP OfficeJet printer I had problems in setting monochrome/grayscale printing. In printer's properties, "Printer options", the "Color mode" setting shows only the option "color". At "...


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First of all , there is a return statement in your my_exit function which is causing this problem. And as for unloading part, if you want to forcefully remove a module then you have to enable CONFIG_MODULE_FORCE_UNLOAD in the kernel. Otherwise, you have to restart your system.


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It seems to me that the HWMON subsystem would be the best fit for devices that are relatively expensive to read, but only need to be read whenever an application asks for it. In an INPUT subsystem driver, you would need to implement a mechanism that would allow an application to tell the driver how often the device should be read, or accept that the driver ...


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Normal dynamic RAM won't be able to keep its contents without power, and in fact needs their contents periodically refreshed. This is handled by the memory controller, which might be integrated to the CPU. In larger servers there might be multiple separate memory controller chips, each handling one part of the total memory of the server. Static RAM would ...


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Here is a suggestion for installing OpenSUSE Tumbleweed (as of April 2019) on a recent PC (Asus G20) with both Intel & nVidia (GTX970) graphics controllers: in the BIOS settings, BOOT parameters, you can continue to use UEFI mode, but change the OS from "Windows" to "Other OS" if your installation of OpenSUSE crashes, hangs, or fails with an unexpected ...


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Here is a suggestion for installing OpenSUSE Tumbleweed (as of April 2019) on a recent PC (Asus G20) with both Intel & nVidia (GTX970) graphics controllers: in the BIOS settings, BOOT parameters, you can continue to use UEFI mode, but change the OS from "Windows" to "Other OS" if your installation of OpenSUSE crashes, hangs, or fails with an unexpected ...


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Run this first, Solution root@vdesk:~# for FILE in $(dpkg-divert --list | grep nvidia-340 | awk '{print $3}'); do dpkg-divert --remove $FILE; done Then install it from ppa, sudo add-apt-repository ppa:graphics-drivers/ppa sudo apt update sudo apt install nvidia-390


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modules.order is a file that is supposed to be located at /lib/modules/$(uname -r)/modules.order. It is normally generated by the depmod command, which should normally run as part of normal start-up if necessary. Please verify that the disk containing the /lib/modules directory is not 100% full; if necessary, try and find a way to free some space. Then run ...


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