only sleep option is a problem
only sleep option is a problem
amd radeon r9 290x 4gb gddr5 reference card.
16 gb ddr3 corsair dominator 1866mhz ram
evga studio motherboard
amd 1100t hex core at 3,6 ghz (amd phenom II)
ASUS pcie 240 gb ssd
Seagate platinum 4 terabyte hdd at 7200rpm
Corsair cx860 watt builder psu
Cooler master n500 case
Tested on ubuntu 13.04 and 13.10
No problems, just install the 13.10 beta drivers from amd and do glxinfo| grep render/ OpenGL and the hardware is fine.
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Last edited by Donut50; February 20th, 2014 at 03:59 PM.
Hi, does the machine work running 13.10 (or 13.04, 12.04)?
I have a T510 (43494JG) with NVS3100M graphics that crashes using openGL on nouveau and the nvidia driver does not work at all.
I currently have tested the system really far on ubuntu 13.10, on ubuntu it should work also, but i had some trouble with letting ubuntu detecing my hardware(the videocard mainly).
The prioritary drivers of AMD will give ubuntu the chance to let the card really stretch his legs.
The beta drivers are performing a little bit better on my feels (dem feels)
(sorry for the late responding time )
Please Only List
1)Version Of Ubuntu - ubuntu maverick 10.10
2)Type Of Hardware - webcamera
3)Hardware Maker - crypto
4)Hardware Model - W003690- CRYPTO HD WEB CAMERA [TOUCH]
Code:lsusbworked without any driver, just plugged it inBus 002 Device 005: ID 058f:3841 Alcor Micro Corp.
all resolutions (till HD) available
additional software with CD not checked (was not installed)
configurations of the webcam, while using skype, were made using this post:
with skype:just what I used with the previous camera in order to run skypeCode:bash -c 'XLIB_SKIP_ARGB_VISUALS=1 skype'
cheese is working ok
Regards! - Happy Holidays!
1)Version Of Ubuntu
Lubuntu 13.10 for AMD 64
2)Type Of Hardware
AMD Athlon 64 3500+ / 2.2 GHz, ATI-Radeon Xpress 200 video (onboard, as provided), RAM upgraded to 2 Gb
Would have tried Ubuntu 12.04.3 LTS, but the DVD reader is dead, and I was unable to solve bugs with thumb drive boot. Lubuntu fits on a CD, so, it 'won'.
Dual boot with Windows XP is working fine.
Hibernate does not work. Monitor shuts off, cpu/box does not. I have to hard-reset it to get it out of this state. I think this issue is reported/known for the AMD 64 version.
Edit 2014/04/23: Automatic update to Lubuntu 14.04 went well. I tried Hibernate. It is now disabled, so it's an improvement over the previous version.
Last edited by Rich53201; April 23rd, 2014 at 02:40 PM.
I have been testing multiple platforms with the newest distribution of Ubuntu Linux and the best line of platforms is the Hewlett Packard line.
ASUS P4P800-VM (BIOS works 100%)
Pentium 4 HT 3.0GHz (HT works good, a little bit on the slow side sometimes)
GeForce FX 5200 (using latest propetiary drivers, sometimes a little bit of graphics glitches)
1.5GB DDR RAM
20GB Matrox hard drive (not much space, so you can't dual-boot but it works fine)
And most if not all is well used original 2003 hardware.
A lot of advice on Canon Pixmas exist, but the quality of said advice varies a lot.
Here's a guide for a Pixma MP610 (and similar printers) running from a 64 bit Lubuntu 13.10.
Without USB cable attached: Reset the printer on the display.
RunandCode:sudo apt-get updatejust to make sure that everything is up to speed. Reboot as needed.Code:sudo apt-get dist-upgrade
Now connect the USB cable.Code:sudo add-apt-repository ppa:michael-gruz/canon-trunk sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get install cnijfilter-mp610series
Go to System -> Printers
Click 'add printer'.
Wait a couple of minutes until you see MP610 in the window to the left.
Select the printer and proceed with next, next, next, finish.
Now printing should work and the same goes for Simple Scan, the built-in scanning application in Lubuntu.
Modified from the page