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    [SOLVED] Re: No wi-fi connectivity for Lubuntu 14.04

    Hello, sorry for my late answer. So in case you are still facing the same problem:

    1. The little lock on the left of the signal status bar means your WiFi network is protected by password. You...
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    [ubuntu] Re: USB ports not working

    Supposing Ubuntu boots fine using port 1, then plug your stick into this port and boot. Then plug another USB device (for example another USB stick) into each of the remaining free ports, and report...
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    [ubuntu] Re: USB ports not working

    It would also help to post the dmesg parts concerning your USB devices. Plug the same USB device into each of your USB connectors and post the pertinent dmesg part. For example, run dmesg -C; plug...
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    [SOLVED] Re: No wi-fi connectivity for Lubuntu 14.04

    Click on the Network Manager applet. Then click on Edit. You may need to configure your ESSID, password etc. After entering all the data needed, close the Edit window. You may then need to disable...
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    [ubuntu] Re: USB ports not working

    @llamabr: You cannot disable the USB modules when using the latest kernels, because they are now built-in.
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    [ubuntu] Re: VueScan scanner software on Ubuntu 14.04?

    @Digital Man:

    I used the latest trial version of VueScan a few minutes ago on my Epson Perfection V33 (by the way, see my thread "Assigning ehci-pci to the scanner instead of xhci_hcd"). The...
  7. [xubuntu] Re: Assigning ehci-pci to the scanner instead of xhci_hcd

    Vuescan 6494 (trial version for Linux) also works with my Epson v33 scanner. It seems to be entirely compatible with xhci_hcd.
  8. [xubuntu] Re: Assigning ehci-pci to the scanner instead of xhci_hcd

    As expected, the Windows drivers and programs for this scanner are fully functional when I use WinXP running on Virtual Box.
  9. [xubuntu] Re: Assigning ehci-pci to the scanner instead of xhci_hcd

    No progress. I'm not sure whether this is bug in the xhci_hcd module (which, by the way, is built in the kernel) or in the Epson driver. I thought of creating a udev rule that would temporarily...
  10. [xubuntu] Re: Assigning ehci-pci to the scanner instead of xhci_hcd

    At last I managed to download the first reference cited by pdc. Unfortunately, I can't see how it could help me; it deals with a popular topic, that is, giving USB plug-in devices a permanent name....
  11. [xubuntu] Re: Assigning ehci-pci to the scanner instead of xhci_hcd

    @pdc: Thank you for your pointers. It seems that the first reference is unreachable now, but I'll try later on. I did download the second reference and will study it, along with other udev materials...
  12. [xubuntu] Assigning ehci-pci to the scanner instead of xhci_hcd

    I have recently installed Xubuntu 14.04 on two computers. Computer A is a DELL Aptitude E5430 laptop, whereas Computer B is a home-mounted desktop, with an ASUS H87-Plus motherboard. I have been ...
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