If you’re using the ALSA module, here’s what the ” aplay -l ” output should look like once you’ve gotten the drivers loaded: Damaged cables or connectors can degrade notebook performance. The Virtual Agent is currently unavailable. I don’t have any Firewire devices for it to talk to. Parts return If your part requires return then click on the appropriate link below:. Haven’t tried this out yet.
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For now, though, if you can’t connect without that extra string, you’ll have to use it. Just install that, load the ipw module, and you’re good to go.
HP Compaq nx6120 (PX030LA#ABM) laptop network card drivers
Parts return If your part requires return then click on the appropriate link below:. Perhaps some bug got fixed. The End user should laj familiarity with system hardware and software requiring repair.
Perhaps my initial benchmark in 6. The kernel module to use, intuitively enough, is tg3. This modem is supported with slmodem.
It is a proprietary module, and will taint the kernel upon loading, but at least it works. No configuration apart from kernel drivers was required.
Linux on an HP/Compaq nc
If you’re running a display manager and want compaw kill it off, make sure that you switch into text mode alt-F1, etc before doing so, or else the display becomes unusable until the next reboot.
I don’t have anything Bluetooth for it to talk to.
Use the clean version. Here’s a copy of my working xorg. I’m building this up with a 2.
There are two drivers which can be used: Asia Pacific and Oceania. Click here to view the precautions. The laptop doesn’t like having X die unexpectedly on it.
There’s doubtless stuff in there which doesn’t need to be I don’t think the AGP options do anything, for instancebut that’s the. Here’s the appropriate section from my modules. The snd-intel8x0 ALSA driver worked with no problems, both compiled it straight into the kernel, and as a module. This isn’t a problem with all ISPs, though, so if you don’t need to add that string, don’t. I don’t have any Firewire devices for it to talk to.
I tried out Scorched3d using 6. Once you’ve got that, use a wvdial.