Today I installed amd64 to my laptop Asus but now I can see that the screen resolution is not as it should be the icons are too big and mouse works not exactly as expected etc I cannot find any manager which may help me to find out what devices are still required to have drivers etc. I remember the 'device manager' was in Windows XP which showed if device needs driver but what alternative Debian has? Spytech Spyagent 8 5 Crackers more. Or I need to install something additionally? If so please advice how? I don't have KDE so I've just tried to find the in gnome but I couldn't; it really absent in the sys tools. There is something wrong with version 7.6.0 or I just should install some additional packages?
How do you install a “device manager” on Ubuntu? Dont u have inbuilt driver manager? Press super key type Additional driver and select it.it is Ubuntu's. Install Device Driver Manager in Ubuntu 14.04 Trusty/13.10 Saucy/13.04 Raring/12.10 Quantal/12.04 Precise/Linux Mint 16/15/14/13 and other r. Device Driver Manager Debian 7 Xfce. Android ADB device offline, can't issue commands. If your device normally connects over USB, but suddenly stops working.
I found I have to turn-off my laptop manually cause of ACPI: Unable to load system description' on system boot my display is marked as 'Unknown' and I canot set any resolution:( Is there a way to install Linux mint 17 ddm (device driver manager) on Debian Wheezy? I heard it supports gnome Please advice some really easy to use none-terminal (or a very detailed terminal commands) solution cause I am just studying this OS. If you're afraid of the terminal and don't know GNU/Linux at all, you should have started with a more user-friendly distribution (let' say Ubuntu).
Generally if all devices work in GNU/Linux, you don't need any specific driver, except for the graphic card: because of licensing issues, the driver packaged by default is often the open-source one, which, in most situations, performs worst than the proprietary one. You should check your distribution's documentation for an HowTo install proprietary graphic drivers, and check if you have an NVidia or AMD graphic card (not needed for Intel).
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Yeah there are various tools around but the most useful for diagnostic purposes tends to be the simplest. In our case we often ask people to post various outputs of lspci and lsusb. For example lspci -nnk grep net -A2 shows us networking information, including the Kernel module (the driver): $ lspci -nnk grep net -A2 09:00.0 Ethernet controller : Realtek Semiconductor Co., Ltd. RTL8111/8168 PCI Express Gigabit Ethernet controller [10ec:8168] (rev 03) Subsystem: Gigabyte Technology Co., Ltd Motherboard [1458:e000] Kernel driver in use: r8169 0a:00.0 Ethernet controller : Realtek Semiconductor Co., Ltd.
RTL8111/8168 PCI Express Gigabit Ethernet controller [10ec:8168] (rev 03) Subsystem: Gigabyte Technology Co., Ltd Motherboard [1458:e000] Kernel driver in use: r8169 It doesn't need root and it doesn't need to be installed. I cover more techniques in another question: •.