00:1d.0 USB Controller: Intel Corporation N10/ICH 7 Family USB UHCI Controller #1 (rev 02)
00:1d.1 USB Controller: Intel Corporation N10/ICH 7 Family USB UHCI Controller #2 (rev 02)
00:1d.2 USB Controller: Intel Corporation N10/ICH 7 Family USB UHCI Controller #3 (rev 02)
00:1d.3 USB Controller: Intel Corporation N10/ICH 7 Family USB UHCI Controller #4 (rev 02)
00:1d.7 USB Controller: Intel Corporation N10/ICH 7 Family USB2 EHCI Controller (rev 02)
However, the speed I copied from one USB device to anther (both are USB 2.0 ) is around 4.4M/second, which seems to be very slow. I'm wondering if the USB driver is not powerful enough. By the way, I'm using Ubuntu 10.10 .
Also how do I check the latest version available? I gather to update a driver I need to update the kernel so ill not be doing that but im trying to get more familiar with linux here. I know how to do this in windows so it would be good to be able to check driver versions in linux too. Im on debian 8.1 with intel HD4400 graphics.
I've been searching for an hour or so and can't seem to find a concrete answer. My endgame is having Ubuntu successfully installed (either 9.10 or 10.04) with a fully working Ati 4870x2. I desperately need some help on finding the proper configuration of OS version and driver version. I installed 10.04 with the 10.3 driver package from ATI's site and it was a no go - I had nothing but problems.
I would like to have full 3d acceleration so I can play some games through Wine. This is a powerful card - I know ATI doesn't have a great reputation in the Linux world but I really hope there is a driver version I can install to get some good results.The rest of my specs are in my signature I need to install 64 bit Ubuntu to make use all of the system and video ram.
I need to install Mercurial, and i want to do it through the shell. Yesterday i tried it, but i got the 1.1.5 version (something like that),but i need the newest version.How can i check the version of the package being downloaded (or about to be) and/or get the newest version?
I have just 4 minor things with Ubuntu 10.04 (64-bit)
1) Sometimes the disk checker runs at startup. Why does it take so long to finish? On the previous version of Ubuntu, it was a quick check, but now on version 10.04 it takes AGES just to check the disk!
2) Why do some programs like Kega Fusion only play sound if you run it on its own with no other programs open? Try the Linux version of Kega Fusion with and without other programs open: [URL]
3) Who do I ask if I would like a hardware device supported? I have a SIM card reader (Veho VSD-229) and I can only use it in Windows to back up my SIM card contacts.
4) Last question. Is there a Ubuntu "wishlist" anywhere?
Is it possible to check out the log as well when you are checking out a version from some repo. For instance this is a game I like :-
The game is called dawn-rpg and one can find about it at dawn-rpg.sourceforge.net but that's not what I want to talk about. The thing it would be so much more convenient for me if instead of going to the svn mirror or whatever it is and checking out the log, it was local. I know I could do something like this :-
svn log > svnlog150611.txt
This would download the log file and put the contents in some text file I have named as svnlog150611.txt . The problem with this way of doing things is that each time I have to check out I would have to create a new txt file with that date. If there was a way one could check out the log as well when checking out a new version/release it would be nice. Its also possible that this might be already be there and there might be another command to use locally that I am not aware about. In that case, would look forward to people to share the same.
I want to install Debian Stable 8 Jessie. I've tried the main website, of course, first. But there are a lot of options there to download Debian 8: CD, DVD, Live etc. I downloaded debian-live-8.0.0-amd64-lxde-desktop.iso and I booted live in VirtualBox. It boots fine and the operating system looks in order.
1. The desktop icon for the installer says "Install Debian sid". But from what I know "sid" is unstable version. I do not want unstable, nor testing. I just want normal Stable. Did I got the wrong version? The website is a bit confusing about which version is which.
2. How do I check the md5 of the iso? I know how to do that with other distros, they usually specify it near the download link and I can execute in terminal the command 'md5sum' followed by the specific linux distro iso and then compare the numbers. But I can find no such thing for Debian. I searched the website but could not find any clear info.
3. After I install, what should I do in order to make Iceweasel work with Flash and multimedia codecs? I also need Skype and the proprietary Nvidia drivers.
And if I enable these non free, do I get automatic updates for them like for the rest of standard Debian software? Or, if not, what should I do?
The idea is that I want a system that is as stable and bug free as possible, but I won't use many apps beyond these ones. I don't need the latest and greatest software as long as these get security updates. Should I be ok with this configuration?
We have installed vmware tools (open-vm-tools) on Ubuntu Hardy which is comaptible with the ESX 4.1. The packages are installed adding a repo.
deb [URL] main restricted
The Ubuntu VM is presently running on ESX 3.5, we will soon upgrade it to 4.0. How can I confirm which version of vmware-tools is running on the Guest Ubuntu VM? When we upgrade to new ESX version, the vmtools must be intact.
Because the version of the microcode installed by the package intel-microcode in Testing (2009-03-30) is way older than the one currently offered by Intel (2010-02-09), I only installed the package microcode.ctl and let it fetch the microcode. However, after reading the Read Me files, manual pages and system logs, and checking the directory where the microcode is stored, I have not been able to find an option to check the version of the microcode in use.
This is the output of update-intel-microcode: Local version: Remote version: could not extract the actual data of remote microcode
i am getting this error msg check old driver and unload it.build the module and install/ethr/r8168-8.024.00/src/r8168_n.c:222: warning : 'MODULE_PARM_'IS deprecated (declared atinclue/linux/module.h:h552) ;
I found my fedora 9 GNOME gui is very very slow. Browser, editor everything ... when I type in the editor, the display is even slower than I type! I suspect maybe the graphic driver is not installed properly. Could someone point me where to star How do I check the graphic driver? If it needs update how do I do it?