recently installed ubuntu 12.10 on my lotus p150em-se. supposed to have 3 usb 3.0 ports and 1 usb 2.0. being detected as the opposite. ie. 1 usb 3.0 and 3 usb 2.0 ports. some help please?
on 01/13/2013 – Made popular on 01/13/2013
I need to use two monitors on my Dell desktop computer with Windows 7. But I have difficulty to plug one of the monitors to the correct video port!
I have a VGA port on one board which I can connect either of two monitors to this port separately. On the second board I have three ports, a VGA, DVI and a HDMI port. It seems that this port is not recognized by my system.
I've got the following problem:
My laptop has 2 USB 2.0 ports and 2 USB 3.0 ports. One of the 2.0 is broken, it doesn't work in any OS and I'm okay with it. But the other 3 ports work in Windows and the 3.0 ports do work even with the speed of an USB 3.0. But in Ubuntu only the one 2.0 port ist working.
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Since switching to ubuntu 14.04 the parallel port printer is no longer detected. However, the 14.04 live cd does detect the parallel port printer. When using the gui to add a new printer a serial port printer is detected instead of the parallel port printer.
The printer is a HP Laserjet 2100 TN.
Does anyone have any suggestions ? I've tried everything I can think of without success.
I have installed OpenSwan onto my raspberry pi and everything went without errors. However, I cannot connect to my VPN. The culprit will be that my ISP blocks all ports below 1024. In order for OpenSwan to work 2 ports need to be open: port 500 and port 4500.
Is there a way to alter the port 500 to use a much higher port?