Debian Installation :: Missing Network Drivers / And Missing Make To Install Them

Dec 1, 2014

I have an asus pc, and its network hardware is not recognized by debian, the drivers are not even in the list provided during the installation process. I managed to download them from another pc, but if i try to make them and install them, i'm stucked because Make is not installed on debian (nor is sudo).So i need a connection to install the drivers that provide me a co0nnections..

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Debian Installation :: 5.0.3 'Lenny Missing Drivers \ Doesn't Work At All?

Feb 27, 2010

In reply to my last question about Wireless incompatibility in Debian 5.0.3 'Lenny', I found out it was because of missing drivers that I chose to ignore, despite the notifications.Now I've got this problem again, this time with different hardware and a different distribution of Debian (Debian Testing 'Squeeze' i386). As well as asking me to load up ipw2100-1.3.fw (of which I already have), it asks me to load tigon/tg3_tso5.bin. Loading the firmware is no problem. Finding and downloading nthe firmware is the problem here.I've searched through packacges and bug reports for a dowload link, but I've only come across a bundle with the driver I need, as well as a few unneeded extras. IT doesn't work at all.

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Aug 5, 2014

So, I am having certain issues regarding Debian installation. Since my Wi-Fi card, Intel PRO/Wireless 3945ABG, requires non-free drivers not provided within Debian install image, I am bound to use USB stick during installation process to get those drivers, iwlwifi-3965-1.ucode and iwlwifi-3965-2.ucode, to enable Wi-FI on my system. However, no matter what I do, I cannot get debian-installer to detect drivers present on the machine. I have tried virtually everything - downloading drivers from multiple sources, renaming drivers properly, using ext4 instal of fat32, using gpt instead of msdos, placing files in /firmware instead of root directory - but no matter what I do, the outcome is the same. USB stick seems to be working properly. Am I bound to downloading non-free image now, or is there a solution?

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May 23, 2010

I'm trying to install the current drivers (from the Hardware Drivers tool) but it fails, refering me to jockey.log, which contains this:

2010-05-23 16:19:46,978 DEBUG: nvidia_current is not the alternative in use
2010-05-23 16:19:47,106 DEBUG: nvidia_current is not the alternative in use


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Debian Installation :: Install On IBM X3500 (the Missing File Are Bnx)

Nov 19, 2010

i want install debian lenny on ibm x3500 but i cannot find hardisk when i run installation. the missing file are bnx2-09-04.0.5.fw

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General :: Install Missing Sound Drivers In Ubuntu?

Mar 21, 2010

I seem to be missing drivers for my Gateway laptop MA7. I have looked in System->Admin->Hardware Drivers, but it does not show up in there.There are also no devices listed in Sound->Hardware. I'm guessing at this point that I don't have the driver installed.

However, I get the following output code...

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Debian Installation :: Stretch / Grub2 Appears Missing After Install From USB

Aug 9, 2015

I have a laptop with 2 HDDs, 1x SSD (/dev/sda, Windows 10 Pro x64) and 1x HDD (/dev/sdb, 3 primary partitions: boot, root, swap; 1 logical partition: home).I used the Debian Stretch Alpha D1 Netinstall ISO x64 by transfering it to a USB stick with DiskImage Writer.The installation went perfectly fine. I chose GRUB to be installed in the MBR of /dev/sdb, as I want all my Linux Stuff on that second disk. The plan is to boot the second disk manually through the BIOS whenever I want to work with Debian. My Windows disk is kept unaware of anything "linuxy".

After the install was complete and I booted my /dev/sdb through the BIOS, a blinking cursor on a black screen was the result. And I don't mean a GRUB Rescue prompt.IMHO, Grub appears to not have been installed, although I chose it to be installed in the MBR of /dev/sdb at the end of the installation.

I've been reading a little, searching for a bug in the installer, but I found only a vague mentioning of such an issue: Grub missing if Debian installed on a multi-hdd system through USB stick. The solution was to get Super Grub2 Disk, and use it to boot my Debian. It worked as expected and the system booted.

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Debian Installation :: USB Stick Install Fails - Missing Operating System

Nov 18, 2014

I want to try Debian on my Asus Eee netbook and I'm trying to follow the instructions in URL... But just copying the ISO file to the USB drive then trying to boot from it doesn't seem to work. I just get "Missing operating system".

The Eee can use an external optical drive as well but that failed also. I'm sure I need to do more to prepare the USB drive or CD? Can I prepare the USB Drive or CD on my Windows system, and make it boot on the netbook (which has another Linux distro on it now)?

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Ubuntu Installation :: All Proprietary Drivers Missing After Upgrade To 8.04.2, Kernel 2.6.24-27-lpia?

Apr 26, 2010

I did open a bug for this as well:After upgrade to to Ubuntu 8.04.2, kernel 2.6.24-27-lpia all proprietary drivers are gone.Therefore, I cannot use wireless, webcam, sound, usb, etc... making work next to impossible. Does anyone know how to correct this easily and quickly so I am effective at work?

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Debian Installation :: Netinst Failed To Install Grub - Error: Ntoskrnl.exe Missing Or Corrupt

May 28, 2010

I installed lilo and it boots. How do I installed grub again. Do I just use synaptic manager to uninstall lilo and install grub?


I know grub2 does not work, giving me error: ntoskrnl.exe missing or corrupt. I did install grub-legacy and it worked, but I had to re-install squeeze due to other problems. So, now I want to replace lilo with grub legacy.

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Debian Configuration :: Network Manager Is Missing Some Icons

Dec 7, 2015

I just upgraded my Debian stretch via apt-get and I noticed that the network manager is missing at least 2 icons: the mobile broadband icon and the settings icon. I haven't found any bug reports or other information about how to restore them. The icons were there after initial installation of version 8.2.0 from DVD.

KDE Plasma version 5.4.2
Qt Version 5.5.1
Kernel Version 4.2.0-1-amd64

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Debian Hardware :: Missing Firmware For Network Adapter

Aug 5, 2012

I believe that I understood this message correctly:

W: Possible missing firmware /lib/firmware/rtl_nic/rtl8168f-2.fw for module r8169

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Fedora :: Make Browser - Firefox - Automatically Search And Install Missing Unicode Font?

Aug 23, 2010

Unfortunately far for all unicode characters can be displayed in Fedora by default, (much less than in M$ Wnd). There is a tool that aim to find and install missing fonts when an non-displayable character appears, but it starts mainly when I accidentally open non-text file in terminal and never when a web-page I open in Mozilla Firefox (or Konqueror) contains such kind of characters. So, I see a rectangle with hexadecimal number of character in it (or simply empty rectangle in case of Konqueror) and don't know if there is a easy way to see it by installing missing font automatically (or manually at last) for range of this character or a way to install complete font collection to display all unicode characters from all ranges.

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Ubuntu :: Network Manager Icon Missing On New Install 10.10

Dec 4, 2010

Just installed (clean install) of Ubuntu 10.10 on an old desktop pc. The network manager icon is missing, Buy the way i had to run install from safemode. As I was having problems with login in, I kept trying to login in to the normal desktop but Ubuntu kept thinking about it for approximetly ten seconds and then asking me to login in again repeatedly. however when i switch to guest user on the guest desktop the network manager icon appears. I have used this icon to enter a mobile broadband account and to connect up to and down load all updates surf etc.Read a number posts and find this problem with the network manager icon are quite common. On the main (problem) desktop i have Tried installed a new panel but unable to add the notification area can add other icons Tried adding the notification area to the old panel get brief white flash on panel Removed the other icons and reinstalled these icons and tried adding the notification area.looked at "!nm-applet-sm-disable" appears ok

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Nov 10, 2009

I get about enabling the NIC on my Asus P7P55D LE motherboard in Fedora 11. During the installation process of Fedora 11 it seems as if the network card was not installed. I cannot find any drivers on Asus support site for Linux/Fedora.

How do I get it to work?

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Aug 25, 2010

Debian and running Lenny on a server. I'm trying to install dbus and get an error:

So it seems I'm missing the /etc/rc0.d directory. I checked and all the other rc directories are there, from rc1.d to rc6.d, rc.local and rcS.d.

I don't know how deep these things go and I don't know why I'm missing the rc0.d. Can I just create the directory myself and that's it? It doesn't break anything somewhere else if I make it up myself? Or do I need to do something else to get this working?

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May 19, 2010

I have upgraded a previous partial installation of karmic up to lucid. When I go to System->Administration there is no "Hardware Drivers" link. What should I apt-get install to get the Hardware Drivers link.

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Ubuntu Installation :: Missing Network Manager Applet And Broken Kde After Upgrade To 10.04

May 1, 2010

I was running Ubuntu 9.10 on my HP G70 laptop and did an upgrade using upgrade manager to Ubuntu 10.04.

Since I haven't been able to get wifi connection or wired working. The Network Manager applet is missing from the notification area and if I try to run nm-applet manually it says it is already running. I tried killing the process and then running it manually in the terminal and although the process appears to be running it is missing from the panel.

Booting into the live cd has the applet working fine so something in the upgrade process must have failed.

I tried changing the theme to see if it displays in other themes but had no luck.

I also tried to log into kde but kde seems to be broken. When I log into it after the splash screen all I get is a black screen with only my mouse pointer.

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Aug 20, 2010

I did the normal sudo apt-get update and upgrade this morning and after a restart, the network-manager is gone!

nm-applet command does not work anymore.

Can I add the LAN ethernet interface using ifconfig and connect to the net to install the network-manager again?

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Feb 2, 2010

I had the following error while trying to install pcalc in Debian. I have bison and flex installed, and looking at the files it looks like there might be a problem with yacc being removed from the Debian library. I m trying to learn about memory registration and interaction with the CPU. This program could really help if I could get it to install Here's my log:


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Apr 5, 2010

I installed FEDORA 8 on my laptop for a class project. everything went find except. with I attempt to connect to any network. I keep getting the no network device error. so I tried to install the Ethernet and wi-fi driver directly without success.

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Debian :: Net Install Missing DPKG To Load The Necessary Packages?

Dec 21, 2010

I'm attempting to install Debian (Stable) from a business net install disc. The problem? I can't load/install the packages I need to connect to my USB 3G modem. When I load up a shell (tty2?), I'm brought to an 'ash' prompt, and there's no DPKG for me to load the necessary packages.

how I can do a total net install, including the base, from an USB 3G modem? Actually, I'm very surprised that current Linux distros don't seem to include support, for this growing market share type of internet connection.

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Debian :: Print Settings Missing - New Installation?

Jun 10, 2015

New netinstall of AMD64 Jessie and using xfce4

I cannot find Print Settings which is usually listed under Settings and I have looked elsewhere in case it has been placed somewhere different and can find no trace of Print Settings.

I have checked synaptic and there are many installed apps listed under 'print' and 'cups'

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Debian Installation :: Missing The Xorg.conf?

May 24, 2010

I'm somewhat spoiled by standard installations that do it all. This time I'm doing it more manually.I've installed a sid guest vm. I want to give it a graphical face, so for a change I've chosen the lightweight xfce.Only I'm missing the xorg.conf. I've installed xdm, so I have a login. However, it can't get in from there.It hasn't yet generated an xorg.conf in /etc/X11.Short of copying one, which I suppose I might try, How do you prompt debian to generate and configure the xorg.conf from scratch?Currently, I have

root@sid:~# tail /var/log/Xorg.0.log
(II) Xen Virtual Pointer: Found absolute axes
(II) Xen Virtual Pointer: Found x and y absolute axes


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Dec 29, 2010

Tried to test the 10.10 Netbook's Unity but after keying the password I got a "Unity missing driver" without any identification of the driver. Is it available in the repositories? How can I identify it to install it? Why isn't it included?

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Debian :: /dev/vmmon Missing From Lenny - VMware Could Not Install VM Guest

Nov 5, 2010

Trying to install an XP Pro virtual machine as a guest in VMware Workstation 7.1.2, fails with the error: "Could not open /dev/vmmon. No such file or directory. Please make sure that the kernel module 'vmmon' is loaded".Host OS is Debian-Lenny. Was able to specify the new virtual machine configuration, but VMware failed to create the new image (because of the error specified in previous paragraph).

Is the problem that Debian is not loading/executing a needed process? Should I be directing this problem to either Debian or VMware? I searched the VMware documentation, and it mentioned something about chkconfig (Redhat), or the rcconf/ksysv utilities to change SUSE configuration levels. I am unfamiliar with the syntax, don't know why this is necessary.

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Aug 28, 2014

Using the mini.iso netinst image, when installing the the base system I get the following error:

Debootstrap error, the following error occurred: bzcat is not available on the system. Check vt4 for details, etc, etc.

Usually I have no issue at all installing a barebones sid system, but over the last week I've had the same error over and over.

The issue appears to of been resolved. I guess something server side was tweaked.

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Jan 10, 2015

While attempting to install 7.7 on i7 Samsung notebook, iwlwifi and rtl_nic files cannot be found on usb or sdc (have no floppy to try) Added the missing files to iso and burned new disc which would not boot.

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May 19, 2015

DELL Inspiron 15 3543 (3000 Series)5th Generation Intel Core i5-5200U Processor (3M Cache, up to 2.70 GHz).I have installed Debian 8 and received following message relating missing firmware files rtl_nic/rtl8106e-1.fw (EDIT: I understand this is not wireless adapter, but wired adapter which appears to be working ok as I can connect to internet ok.)The wireless adapter wasn't recognised so I used LAN cable and completed the install.this is details of wireless adapter....

Code: Select allit@it:~$ lspci -vvnn | grep -A 9 Network
06:00.0 Network controller [0280]: Broadcom Corporation BCM43142 802.11b/g/n [14e4:4365] (rev 01)
   Subsystem: Dell Wireless 1704 802.11n + BT 4.0 [1028:0016]
   Control: I/O- Mem+ BusMaster+ SpecCycle- MemWINV- VGASnoop- ParErr- Stepping- SERR- FastB2B- DisINTx-

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Looking for the binutils for powerpc in squeeze.

Found a reference here: [URL] ....

But the file [URL] ... is missing, has this been removed or what?

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