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 on: September 05, 2017, 01:41:57 pm 
Started by Joe1962 - Last post by Joe1962
As the subject says, has anybody tried to build/package pgadmin4? As some of you may have read on the Forum, I have moved to Slackware since my current notebook does not have legacy boot, but my heart is still with VL. So any tips on building pgadmin4 on VL or slack would help. There is a mess of dependencies for this I have not had much luck figuring out or building them...

 on: September 05, 2017, 01:39:01 pm 
Started by black-clover - Last post by roarde
Should check to see if it's detected as wireless at the most basic level.
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rfkill list
Posting the output of that, and of lsmod and lspci might be helpful. Your lsusb is already here, but I'm wondering whether a pci device may be causing problems, thus the request.

If you see more devices listed in rfkill than are actually there, or if it shows a hardware rfkill you can't get rid of, see if "hp_wmi" showed up in your lsmod. If it's there, try blacklisting it and rebooting. It would be rare (I think) for your machine to have a problem with, or even use, that module, but one never knows.

 on: September 05, 2017, 01:30:45 pm 
Started by black-clover - Last post by Joe1962
To build a kernel tailored to your hardware you can use "make localmodconfig" (or "make localyesconfig" if you want everything built-in). I would recommend going through "make menuconfig" afterwards to check if anything is missing, like for example, if you did not have USB drives installed when you ran "make localmodconfig", you might not get the correct support enabled, or it could leave out certain filesystems not on the PC at that time...

 on: September 05, 2017, 11:59:09 am 
Started by black-clover - Last post by nightflier
Edit or create /etc/modprobe.d/blacklist.conf file and add modules:
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blacklist rt2800usb
blacklist rt2870sta
blacklist rt2860sta

This list came from here:
I found this information by searching the web. The list of modules to blacklist is probably not correct nor complete, I don't have that hardware and can not verify any of this information.  :(

 on: September 05, 2017, 07:59:53 am 
Started by black-clover - Last post by Lyn
Ok that is helpful, how do I do that.

 on: September 05, 2017, 04:37:23 am 
Started by black-clover - Last post by nightflier
Next thing to look for is conflicting modules. Web search indicates you may have to blacklist rt2800usb (and/or others) to avoid conflicts.

 on: September 04, 2017, 11:58:27 pm 
Started by black-clover - Last post by Lyn
it is already there unfortunately

 on: September 04, 2017, 09:26:43 pm 
Started by StrayBit - Last post by roarde
edit: I'll leave my original response below, but I recalled file's "-s" option after posting. Instead of copying the first part of the disc to hd for checking, it can be read directly:
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file -s /dev/sr0quack!

I'm more quackery than hackery lately, but here goes:
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dd if=/dev/sr0 of=GuessMe bs=1M count=2
file GuessMe

Maybe file knows what it is.

 on: September 04, 2017, 01:54:57 pm 
Started by black-clover - Last post by nightflier
Looks like you need the firmware "mt7601u.bin" for this hardware.

Try downloading:
and put it in "/lib/firmware/"

 on: September 04, 2017, 01:40:50 pm 
Started by StrayBit - Last post by nightflier
The I/O errors makes me think there is a hardware problem.

Do you also have Win10 installed on this machine, and it reads this disc, in this drive?

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