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    [ubuntu] Re: Razer Wolverine

    NDISwrapper is just for network cards, AFAIK.

    Razer is a poor choice for Linux compatibility. They aren't that great on Windows, either, relying on online software for essential functions.

    I'd...
  2. Re: which Wireless card would you choose for ubuntu? - customizing a laptop

    The Intel one.

    They are known for going out of their way to make sure their stuff works with Linux, and putting it out in the open so that it benefits everyone. Qualcomm are pretty much the...
  3. Re: NVMe drives detected by Windows, but not Ubuntu

    Windows' fast boot and the BIOS' fast boot are different things. It's the Windows setting that makes drives useless, and it's the BIOS setting that stops you getting back into the BIOS.
  4. Re: Overclocking RTX 2080ti 18.04 / 19.04

    This is a hardware question rather than a gaming one.

    Locking the power state to P0 doesn't have anything to do with overclocking the card, and really isn't something that one would want to do,...
  5. Re: Ubuntu 18.04 (and also Kubuntu 19.04) won't boot/install from USB

    Were you doing anything at the point that the screen blanked? The monitor could simply have gone into power saving mode.
  6. Re: Ubuntu 18.04 (and also Kubuntu 19.04) won't boot/install from USB

    After install is a bit easier: you can call up the Grub menu at boot with a keypress (I can't remember offhand if it's Shift or Esc), which will let you edit the startup line in the same way; or,...
  7. Re: Ubuntu 18.04 (and also Kubuntu 19.04) won't boot/install from USB

    Yes, just until the proprietary driver can be installed: the open source nouveau driver isn't as good at sniffing out the correct resolution as the proprietary nvidia driver.

    There's a box you can...
  8. Re: Ubuntu 18.04 (and also Kubuntu 19.04) won't boot/install from USB

    Glad to hear it.



    You'll need to do it each time that you boot from removable media (since that doesn't save anything). For example, if you were trying out a bunch of different desktop...
  9. Re: Ubuntu 18.04 (and also Kubuntu 19.04) won't boot/install from USB

    Information on your hardware would have been very useful in trying to help you.



    This sounds exactly like what you'd see if you were trying to use Nvidia hardware without the benefit of the...
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    [lubuntu] Re: Can this be done?????

    If you set the machines up as thin clients you don't need to worry about anyone messing them up by taking out the dvd or thumb drive, and they won't need any internal storage of their own.
  11. [ubuntu] Re: it87 driver for sensors has gone, alternatives.

    There's more information here.

    The one person that was maintaining all the out-of-tree stuff understandably got fed up with everyone hassling them about a bajillion different random sensors....
  12. [ubuntu] Re: Cannot change screen resolution to 1680 x 1050 on DELL Optiplex 755

    You could try putting

    HorizSync 31-80
    VertRefresh 56-75
    in your xorg.conf.
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    [SOLVED] Re: Updating Ubuntu

    The other thing to be aware of is that it's only whether you're on the HWE track by default that's different between installing 18.04 (or 18.04.1) and upgrading, or installing 18.04.2/18.04.3. All...
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    Re: Ubuntu version upgrade gone wrong

    14.04 has passed its End of Life, and your install is broken, and has apparently always been a bit broken.

    You'd need to do two separate full upgrades of that broken system, which currently has no...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Linux 5 update and NVidia support?

    Fair enough. I thought that the 18.04.2 image just gave you the updated versions that had been in the previous HWE stack, rather than putting new users on the upgrade treadmill. If I was mistaken on...
  16. Re: Fail to Boot (not even GRUB) after changing NVIDIA Driver.

    Since you can boot a live image, you can mount your installed drive and then chroot into it. That will allow you to run commands as if you'd booted into your installation, but using the live...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Linux 5 update and NVidia support?

    There are three parts to the HWE stack: the newer kernel, the newer version of the X server, and the newer version of Mesa. They're all interrelated, and they're named in the package manager with...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Unity, or else ...

    Not really, no.

    I really wasn't comfortable with Gnome 3's constant removal of configuration options and it's pretty buggy - although many bugs have now been fixed by Canonical since they adopted...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Linux 5 update and NVidia support?

    You have deliberately opted-in to the Hardware Enablement Stack. The only reasons to do that are because you have newer hardware that requires it, or you particularly like testing new software.


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    Re: Intel SpeedStep

    That is as low as it can go: it has a bus speed of 200 MHz and a multiplier of between 6 and 10, meaning it can vary only between 1.2 and 2.0 GHz.

    You can help it be in the lower states more often...
  21. Re: New PC: Ryzen 5 2400G and Gigabyte B450 M a good choice?

    There is an it87 kernel module that works with most of those sensors. It never got upstreamed and the person that created it didn't want to maintain it any more, so it got abandoned. You can still...
  22. Re: New PC: Ryzen 5 2400G and Gigabyte B450 M a good choice?

    I use a Gigabyte X470, and everything's been fine, although I needed a bios update to be able to turn off the LEDs. After a quick look at the specs of the one you're looking at, the only thing I'm...
  23. Re: New PC: Ryzen 5 2400G and Gigabyte B450 M a good choice?

    Yes and no.

    The Zen chipsets are designed by AMD, and they provide the bulk of the UEFI software through their AGESA. That controls things like voltages, speeds, memory access, and so on. To that...
  24. [ubuntu] Re: Completely new linux user, I just want to do basic things like install drivers-

    There is no native version of GOG Galaxy: you're running it in Wine, which makes a pretend C: drive in your Home directory. I have no idea how well, or otherwise, GOG Galaxy works in Wine, since I've...
  25. [ubuntu] Re: Completely new linux user, I just want to do basic things like install drivers-

    That is one of the reasons why I've never used the Software Centre - it's been simplified so much that it's not terribly helpful.

    Since you needed to enable the multiverse repository manually, I...
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