I have a fresh Arch install on my desktop using a Atheros AR9227 Wireless Card (its made by TP-LINK, I can't find the TP-LINK model number about).It's correctly detected. However, I have problems. On the LiveCD, which I think uses kernel 3.5.5 I get wifi working perfectly.
I have installed CentOS 6 in Virtualbox. Although I have chosen to install General Purpose GNOME Desktop, the GNOME desktop does not start. All I get is a black and white text prompt. I would like to know how I can install GNOME Desktop from the CentOS DVD.
How do I mount the DVD image?
How do I install GNOME desktop from command line?
I recently installed Ubuntu 11.10 64-bit. I also just got two sticks of 2G DDR 400Mhz ECC Reg. Ram for my computer (It requires ECC Reg for anything a Gig and Up) for a total of 6 Gigs. The motherboard is an H8DCE, if that helps.
Anyway, I installed the ram yesterday, and at first it would detect it all in the bios, but not in Ubuntu (Which only detected 4.8).
Installed the software on my PC. It appeared to install all the drivers ok after I plugged in the tablet, but nothing detected by the Sideload software. If I plug in my LG phone it is detected correctly. Any ideas an how I can get this to work with my tablet?
I recently thought it would be a good idea to start hiding files and folders and encrypting things. All was going well until curiosity struck me. I wondered while I was staring at my Desktop and I was in my Desktop directory in the terminal looking at the files on my Desktop.