well it has been a while since I checked back, I am on 2.6 and I will upgrade and try again. Too bad you apparently got banned. I will also check to find the readme. Thank you for your responce if you ever read this.
on 11/28/2012 – Made popular on 11/28/2012
Im using an Fiio E10 digital to analog converter/headphone amp and am unable to get it to work being a linux newb and all. I could not find anything in the fiio manual to help. There is a driver which usually installs automatically but I assume it is not so on crunchbang.
I have an old laptop with a ATI Mobility Radeon 45xx. I used to run Kubuntu 12.04 and I decided to do a dist-upgrade, although that unfortunately killed the ATI driver (as I understand, ATI does not support it anymore) and I was back to the open source fglrx driver.
I have a private network 192.168.3 with Ubuntu server 12.04 running dnsmasq for the dns server (dhcp is disabled). Intermittently one of the work stations on the network will make a call to a page on the local server and get back a responce "server not found". The work station may be an xp system or a win 7 system. The responce is the same on either.
I have a 64 bit Ubuntu LTS 10.04 headless server that i just upgraded to 12.04. The upgrade did not seem super clean and there was a "failed to read on buffer copy for md5hash: Input/output error" when installing bash-completion. The server is running fine now but I am worried that it wont come back up after a reboot.
I'm new to Ubuntu and can't find a way to just open and execute the driver. I tried to download the driver, had to use windows to download and then transfer it to a usb drive, then i right clicked on the file, went to properties and allowed it to be executed as a program. The check mark disappeared as soon as I hit the box, and the file I noticed, was marked read only.