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How to Find Out What Version of Display Driver is Installed

One of my favorite games, "Wolfenstein Enemy Territory", has stopped working lately. It throws a segfault during the initialization phase. I suspect that the reason is a recent update to the video ...
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Unauthorized mount hd ubuntu 10.04

Hey, I am trying to mount my hd on ubuntu by I receive this message "No possible mount location - Not Authorized". It happened after some upgrades on system, and the sound stoped too. here is my ...
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How to make NVIDIA driver recognize my non-original LCD in Linux?

My laptop's screen was broken and I went to replace it with a new one, which is not made by lenovo and apparently have something different from the original one. It seems that the NVIDIA driver for ...
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My own linux Chorded keyboard driver and interface to my embedded application

I wan to develop my own keypad driver to my own keypad. I have to used GPIO to identify Key Events and used I2c to get scan code. I am going to develop keypad driver like this. #include ...
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Right click not working in Redhat enterprise Linux

I have recently installed Red hat enterprise Linux on my Hp laptop. Earlier both the mouse clicks were not working, but I managed to get the left click working by tapping by some help from Google. But ...
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I2C device driver error [TCA6408 I/O expander]

I want to connect TCA6408 IO Expander and get key input to my embedded system. I am trying with SABRELite (iMX6Q) Boad and my development environment is LTIB (L3.0.35_4.1.0_130816_source.tar.gz) I ...
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Brown out implementation in Linux

I have an external PMIC chip connected to main SOC on I2C. The PMIC gives a power off interrupt. There is also a capacitor bank that gives me few msec before black out. I want to use this time to move ...
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How to make ^T work for the status char under Linux?

I’ve grown really accustomed to the BSD status char, ^T, since I first started using it back at university during the 80s. It didn’t originate with BSD, but came from even older operating systems. It ...
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Atheros LAN card driver, Linux compiling problem

I have installed openSUSE 11.4 to my new workstation. It says that there is Attansic ETHERNET controller on board. But no devices seen. I typed: lspci and it returned: atheros communications device ...