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The version in the repos is currently 2.10 but 2.11 is out as an RC. Is the choice of 2.10 pretty much solidified for 14.04? I don't care one way or the other but the last thing I want to do is...
Oneiric is worse than Krappy Koala. 64-bit seems to be broken as far as 32 bit compatibility goes. The volume indicator no longer lets you change the volume with the mouse wheel. Was there any bug...
So far so good with compat-wireless-3.0-rc4-1.tar.bz2 as well.
I can confirm that the 3.0 rc4 and rc5 kernels work much better but I still regularly, although less frequently, get deauths so that instead if being unusable, it is now only annoying.
Ah, I see that there are more recent rc's. rc5 seems to be working great for me so far. Will know more tomorrow.
The attached drivers compile and load fine but cannot get a connection. I also tried the 3.0 kernel (rc1 since that is what is in the ppa) and get a panic on boot.
As a matter of fact, I have exactly the opposite situation -- at home I have 2 APs with the same SSID that computers can connect to but at work, just one.
I got it working following these instructions!
For anyone interested, my xorg.conf is:
Identifier "Generic Keyboard"
Unfortunately it's the DVI monitor that's not recognized. I tried setting up the monitor myself in the xorg.conf file but that didn't work either. Thanks anyway.
I have to think that the Nouveau...
I tried the proprietary drivers (the old one, the current one and the x-swat current one) and only 1 monitor is recognized.
I've gotten the dual head setup working with xrandr:
xrandr --output DVI-I-1 --right-of VGA-1
I suppose I could put this in a script and start it on login but that seems inelegant to me.
Hi all -
I just bought an eVGA graphics card so that I could used a dual monitor setup but I'm having a bear of a time figuring out how to set it up. Any one gotten it to work with this card?
Anyone have any luck figuring this out using Natty? I've had no luck with either the compat-wireless drivers or the drivers downloaded from Realtek's site. There seems to be a difference between...
Any help here?
I did an "expert command line install" using lucid's mini.iso and I told the installer to include only modules that it thought were necessary. What do I need to do, short of reinstalling, to change...
Thanks! ipblock works again!
Here is the ipblockUI.log file:
Exception in thread "main" java.lang.UnsupportedClassVersionError: Bad version number in .class file
at java.lang.ClassLoader.defineClass1(Native Method)
I'm not sure what the problem is but I can no longer get ipblock to work. It's been a while since I've used it so I'm not sure what change in my system caused it. Basically if I start ipblock...
I don't use mpm myself so I'm not sure what I can tell you. From what I can see, the big advantage of mpm is that it can install packages on the fly. But TeXLive should include all of them anyway...
If you previously changed the line 05TeXMF.cnf to 'TEXMFHOME = $HOME/miktex-texmf' then you need to change it back to 'TEXMFHOME = $HOME/texmf'.
You can put everything in /home/<user>/texmf instead of miktex-texmf and everything should just work (mv miktex-texmf texmf). I've never had to run update-texmf.
Thanks for checking it out! I actually looked up some other Baltimore Codes and the only one that works is BWI Airport.
Great work, I love it!
I've had a problem for quite some time and I'm not sure if it is because there is a bug in the script or if it is because for Baltimore, the xoap service's...
Alexandria can also use UPC readers. I bought a pre-modded CUECAT for about $10.