[ubuntu] Netgear Wg311 V3view story

http://ubuntuforums.org – Hello It is the first time I use Ubuntu or any other linux dirived program. I would want to know if there was any idiot proof way to install the netgear WG311 V3 on Ubuntu 9.10. I'm running ubuntu on a Packard Bell Imedia x2802. Thanks for your time (Hardware)

[all variants] Disk performanceview story

http://ubuntuforums.org – Hi there, I'm trying to understand whether a) I'm expecting too much from my hard disks b) they just suck or c) there's something wrong with Ubuntu. I have three SATA disks, one for the system, one for data and one external backup disk (connected via eSATA). (Hardware)

[ubuntu] Can't get the microphone to work under 9.10view story

http://ubuntuforums.org – Hey Ubuntu 9.10 Hp Pavilion tx1000 Realtek ALC861-VD Have Gnome ALSA Mixer installed and unmuted "Capture" and "ATAPI Mic" and turned them up. The sound on the system is no problem, only the inbuild mic. Hope someone can help me :) (Hardware)

[ubuntu] Ubuntu recognizes disabled onboard audio???view story

http://ubuntuforums.org – I'm running the latest stable version of Ubuntu (9.10) live on a USB key, and I essentially want to test my Sabrent TV/FM Radio tuner card SBT-TVFM. This card works fine in Windows just by using the automatic updates. I read articles suggesting how to remove the saa7134 module and reload it with the correct card and tuner options to get it working in Ubuntu. And I get video, which is great! (Hardware)

[ubuntu] impossible to activate bluetooth after wifi STA wireless driver installationview story

http://ubuntuforums.org – Hello, I have a HP-DM1. When I install ubuntu, the wifi doesnt work (on fresh install), but bluetooth works (I can connect with my phone a browse the files on my phone micro-SD card). My wifi chip is a broadcom bc4312, so, as explained in many post, I have to use the Broadcom STA wireless driver (proprietary) and then the wifi works perfectly. (Hardware)

[ubuntu netbook remix] Tablet Stylus Way to Sensitiveview story

http://ubuntuforums.org – I recently a used, OS-less IBM X41 tablet. I put Ubuntu Netbook Remix on it. Input from the stylus is way too sensitive. When I try to click, 75% of the time, it thinks I'm trying to drag. I increased the drag-and-drop threshold in the mouse settings, but that did nothing. is there any way to stabilize the stylus position/make it less sensitive? (Hardware)

[ubuntu] nvidia N9400GT visual effectsview story

http://ubuntuforums.org – Hi everybody! Couple of weeks ago tried to install the driver from official Nvidia site and it worked perfect with all the visual effects until first reboot and then i couldn't fix it so i switched to restricted drivers now. (Hardware)

[ubuntu] HP Device manager doesn't detect printer.view story

http://ubuntuforums.org – I am using HP LaserJet P1005, as maybe someone of you know, this printer doesn't work with the default drivers, so i downloaded and installed hplip, and everything worked fine for a day and then it stopped working. I wasn't able to discover what the problem is so i decided to remove the hplip package and install it once again. (Hardware)

[ubuntu] Touchpad Detected as Mouse on Sager NP8690, Scrolling Not Workingview story

http://ubuntuforums.org – Hi folks, Just got a new Sager NP8690 laptop and installed Ubuntu Karmic on it. Upon installation, I was unable to use the scrolling on the touchpad at all. The Preference -> Mouse dialog did not display a Touchpad tab. xinput list says: (Hardware)

Dual-booting Ubuntu with openSUSEview story

http://forums.opensuse.org – Hey, This is just a quick question I think. I'm wondering how I would go about dual-booting Ubuntu with openSUSE installed first? I'm just a little bit concerned about the versions of Grub overwriting the openSUSE version or theme or something. (Distributions)