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nand_I have installed xubuntu on newly purchased leneno system model:- G50-7004:55
nand_i am not able to see wifi network in network manager04:56
nand_can some one help me in solving this problem ?04:56
holsteinnand_: if its literally just missing, add it back. but, what you need to determine is more than that .. is the wifi chipset present? is it in the bios? is it functional in windows, or at all..04:58
nand_I didn't check in windows04:59
nand_how can i check wifi chipset present? is it in the bios?04:59
holsteinnand_: its an easy way to tell if, the device is able to be functional.. and not broken04:59
holsteinnand_: i would literally load the bios, and see that its present.. if its disabled there, or by a hardware switch, then it wont work05:00
nand_by using this command  lspci -vvnn | grep -A 9 Network   Chip ID: BCM43142 The PCI-ID: 14e4:4365 Kernel driver in use: bcma-pci-bridge05:01
nand_got those data05:01
ubottuHelp with Broadcom bcm43xx can be found at https://help.ubuntu.com/community/WifiDocs/Driver/bcm43xx05:01
holsteinthats what i refer to ^ (typically before i replace the broadcom chip)05:01
holsteintry simply installing the driver for it. if you can wire up to wired network, temporarily, you may find the GUI works.. if not, refer to that ^05:02
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r734Hi! Why does installing libgl1-mesa-dev:i386 remove libgl1-mesa-dev? Why can't they coexist?09:44
cfhowlett!info libgl1-mesa-dev09:45
ubottulibgl1-mesa-dev (source: mesa): free implementation of the OpenGL API -- GLX development files. In component main, is extra. Version 10.5.2-0ubuntu1 (vivid), package size 5 kB, installed size 95 kB09:45
ObrienDavelibgl1-mesa-dev is the meta-file package name. libgl1-mesa-dev:i386 is the 386 driver package. or vice-versa ;P09:47
ObrienDavesame thing just 2 different names09:48
xubuntu97wtrying to find out files like 'icons.screen0-3888x850' using catfish but do not find the file ??09:49
r734oh ok, bit of a misconception on my part here, then. But how should I proceed to install both the x86_64 and i386 versions of the package, then?09:49
ObrienDaver734, you need to add multi-arch support09:50
ObrienDaveso you can load both x64 and 386 drivers09:51
r734ObrienDave : I know, I thought that's what I was doing by explicitly adding *:i386 after the package name (from here https://help.ubuntu.com/community/MultiArch).09:52
r734I'm confused09:54
ObrienDaveyea, me too. there is another way to add multi-arch support09:54
r734how? ^^09:56
ObrienDavesudo apt-get install multiarch-support09:57
ObrienDavethen you can add both, iirc09:57
r734that tells me I already have the newest version09:57
ObrienDavewell, dang, too tired to think. it's possible they cannot co-exist09:59
r734that's weird, it would mean multiarch support is limited to executables not linking to opengl...10:01
ObrienDavethat, i would not know about10:03
r734ObrienDave ok, thanks anyway. If someone has more insight about this, I'd love to hear it.10:05
ObrienDaveknome just jumped on. he should know better than I10:06
r734knome : any idea?10:11
knomenot really.10:12
knomemaybe opengl just doesn't support multiarch10:12
r734hmm apparently it's a bug? https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/mesa/+bug/131711310:27
ubottuLaunchpad bug 1246013 in mesa (Ubuntu) "duplicate for #1317113 Would be nice for libgl1-mesa-dev to be multiarched" [Undecided,Confirmed]10:27
knomethat's completely possible10:27
r734ok, then... Well, that sucks. Thanks anyway!10:30
cntrif i click a window's titlebar to focus it and move my mouse, it's grabbed and drags along with my mouse11:53
cntrhow do i fix this?11:53
cntrto be clear, this happens randomly, not every time11:56
Luyincntr don't know a fix, but as a workaround just hit escape when it happens. worked for me, had this happen too some time ago.11:59
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Guest43907Hi, I wanted to make an inquiry. Yesterday install Xubuntu 14.04 and after 10-15 minutes graphical environment is damaged, forcing me to restart. No problem of temperature.  Can someone help me out?12:10
xubuntu69wHello. Ran apt-get upgrade on an old 14.04 install the other day. Now autologin doesn't work anymore. Anyone knows how to fix it? Thanks12:18
xubuntu61whelllo guys  maybe thi is offtopic...... but is there a way to noob user can fix Core dump segmention fault  bug in xubuntu 15.04 (also that bug is in xub 15.10)12:43
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Guest1636ok..... maybe this is offtopic  but  how can  noob fix core dump segmention fault  bug in xubuntu 15.04 64bit and as i saw xub 15.10 alpha ver 112:49
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xubuntu71wHi, does anyone know if there is a way to get my display settings back to their original default settings? After spending hours trying to get hiDPI working properly on my notebook and 1080p external monitor things are pretty messed up and I just want to get everything back to a sane starting point.17:14
Beginner000I'm trying to install sun's oficial java, does somebody know witch commands I need to write on terminal?17:36
w30xubuntu71w, try the restore button in xvidtune?17:41
knomew30, ...what?17:41
w30type sudo xvidtune in a terminal17:43
xubuntu71whmm, I'm not familiar with xvidtune, I have no idea what clicking the restore button will do17:45
knomexubuntu71w, what have you used to configure your monitors?17:45
w30xubuntu71w, neither do I17:46
xubuntu71wit didn't do anything, just gave me a warning message about an invalid mode line17:47
xubuntu71wknome, I had used the the display applet in settings to use the full screen resolution of the notebook, then adjusted the DPI and fonts to make things readable17:49
w30xubuntu71w, maybe it just restores to what you have when you invoke it, sigh....17:49
xubuntu71wThis of course made everything 2x too large on the external 1080p monitor, so then I tried to use xrandr to scale it back down to 1920x1080, but that never worked right17:49
xubuntu71wafter trying to undo all of those changes my system boots up with the notebook at 1920x1080 but the external monitor still seems to be displayed with the xrandr settings that scale down by half17:50
xubuntu71wI have not been able to figure out what is holding on to those old settings for the external monitor. In addition to that , my system is just plain unstable when it comes to the displays.17:51
xubuntu71wSometimes I have a black screen after the screen saver, sometimes I have a black screen after a reboot, its all most annoying and I'd like to just get back to a default starting point17:52
holsteinxubuntu71w: i find, i may need to work with a few different drivers to find the most stable setup.. you can use arandr, which is a GUI, to generate a script you can set to autorun, and set settings the way you need at login19:22
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