How might I confirm which driver is being used for my graphics card?
I've recently been having some graphics trouble with Wine, and, in attempting to resolve it, I realised that I don't actually have confirmation that the graphics driver that I intend to be in use is actually the one being loaded.
The intended driver should be installed, but I'm not confident that it's actually being used instea
I installed MongoDB php driver a few months ago. Now, I want to know the version of the mongoDB php diver that I installed. Anyone know how I can do with with a linux command? I googled it but I can't find the solution.
altbdoor wrote:Wow guys. Stop me if I'm wrong. From wiki, OP's wireless ([14e4:4315]) is supported with the b43/b43legacy driver. Is building broadcom-wl a must?@deadheartsbeat, is the b43/b43legacy driver loaded? You can check with the command lsmod | grep b43. If its there, it should be working.
I got this Huawei E303C Datacard, It came with Linux Installation Guide, It asks to run a command, ./install $path
where $path is the path of the driver directory,
When I run this command it shows error like
Install NDIS driver failed.
The compiling environment is not all ready.
Please check gcc, make and kernel buid(/lib/modules/3.2.0-36-generic/build) to be all installed?
Now please enter any
I am interested to know how to port usb driver in linux...I am having the driver code ..I am using fedora 11..
So before that i want to know how to delete the usb driver that comes with installation or inbuilt driver .After that i will try to port my driver code and check whether the driver is working or not..