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MOKutil: Enroll key of already installed driver

You don't enroll a specific signature; you enroll the (public part of the) key you use to make the signatures. Usually (= unless you take over the control of the entire Secure Boot key hierarchy on ...
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insmod fails - module does not match running kernel but module has been compiled against correct kernel

After nuking the kernel when I tried to depmod things despite the warnings, I rebuilt. After a rebuild I did the following: Confirm there are no updates available. If there are, reboot the box after ...
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Bluetooth won't turn On on Ubuntu 20.04

try these commands .. it worked for me sudo apt install --reinstall bluez gnome-bluetooth indicator-bluetooth pulseaduio-module-bluetooth sudo systemctl enable bluetooth pulseaudio --start sudo ...
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insmod fails - module does not match running kernel but module has been compiled against correct kernel

Solution After seeing the extra DEPENDS above per my comment, I looked it up at The Linux Kernel Driver Database: CONFIG_NVME_COMMON. According to that link, that option is only available starting in ...
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mt7902 driver for ubuntu

I have an Acer 3 with that same WiFi card, MediaTek Wi-Fi MT7902 Wireless LAN Card version-3.3.0.749. Originally was running MS-Windows 11 factory setup. Debian 12 could not detect the driver although ...
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Does getting WiFi working on Debian 12 really require an internet connection on the device in question?

Thanks for the guidance provided. It's similar - but not identical - to how - somewhat over a year ago (late 2022) I got WiFi working on my Lenovo X140e with Debian 11 (Bullseye). A few days ago, ...
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TX20E PCI WiFi adapter breaks Linux shutdown/suspend - it boots up after shutdown/suspend

Solved by clearing directory /lib/modules/6.6.14-200.fc39.x86_64/kernel/drivers/net/wireless/realtek/rtw89/ Then install 8852be driver and all works fine. e@fedora:~$ sudo !! sudo lsmod | grep 8852 ...
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