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 on: April 25, 2017, 10:27:35 PM 
Started by carlo - Last post by CNK
That error means that the "cc" command, which should call the compiler, isn't being recognised. Did you run ./configure first? That might change the command used to "gcc" which is more usual. If it still insists on using the "cc" command, you could make a symlink called "cc" in /usr/bin, linking to gcc.

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 on: April 25, 2017, 03:41:41 PM 
Started by AllenKll - Last post by gagakiller
I hope that something good will come back to you.

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 on: April 25, 2017, 03:41:15 PM 
Started by jcdq - Last post by gagakiller
If you want a better explanation than this introduction administrator.

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 on: April 25, 2017, 01:13:34 PM 
Started by carlo - Last post by carlo
I was wrong it's "snd-hda-intel" that i should load (the previous I found among others, after doing lsmod ,lspci gives this one) and, I can see now that the kernel driver "HDA Intel" should also be loaded first in order to recognise the card. So doing "update modules" or adding the modules in the file as mentioned in the link page wont help (card still not detected).
As far as I can see for this kernel driver I need at least kernel 2.6.22. Anyway I'll try it later , maybe it will work. But I have bad expirience with upgrading a kernel.

To have my Wifi up and running I have a simular problem. I allready tryed to load it (kernel driver) but, after loading "gcc with libs" and doing the "make" command it says "cc: command not found". So this means that "make" is there but, someting else is wrong. Maybe I have to retry.
So I continu searching with the time I have.

Thanks

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 on: April 07, 2017, 06:55:45 PM 
Started by LoganDark - Last post by LoganDark
OH! IT WAS AN ISSUE WITH MY HOST KEY? DSL thought I was holding down Right Alt/Option/whatever.

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 on: April 07, 2017, 08:37:31 AM 
Started by LoganDark - Last post by LoganDark
and i just realized the site logs my ip and posts it for all the mods to see, yeah fuck you too, i'm turning on my VPN

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 on: April 07, 2017, 08:35:42 AM 
Started by LoganDark - Last post by LoganDark
here's me typing the lowercase alphabet

as you can see xshell input is a bit messed up
this persists even after exiting the desktop environment HOWEVER the last time I tested it AFTER quitting the environment, the pipe character `|` toggled it reliably, not the case with XShell

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 on: April 05, 2017, 10:45:21 PM 
Started by carlo - Last post by CNK
I don't think I've had to set up ALSA manually before, but these instructions (http://www.alsa-project.org/main/index.php/Matrix:Module-ens1371#Setting_up_modprobe_and_kmod_support) describe manually configuring the drivers. It seems that simply using insmod isn't enough. /etc/modules.conf will probably already contain some lines generated by the ALSA autoconfigure program which you should replace.

If that boot error is "block-major-2", that always appears when you don't have a floppy drive in your system.

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 on: April 05, 2017, 12:55:54 PM 
Started by carlo - Last post by carlo
Hello again

I already have the drive visible after disabeling Sata in the Bios. Thanks for the Sata hint.

Still no sound!
Alsasetup sais “no pnp or PCI card found and, the legacy drivers don’t work neither.
When I start Puppy,... there is sound so, normally it is working. I can see that Puppy’s driver is snd-ens1371, and snd-ac97-codec. When I try to load them with “insmod snd....." I get lines like “unresolved symbol gameport_reg......” for the first one. The second one loads normal but, still no sound.
At dsl bootup (I have it installed now) I get a line “modprobe can’t locate module-block-2“.

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 on: April 01, 2017, 11:46:53 PM 
Started by carlo - Last post by CNK
I'm not sure why the PCI device list is getting confused, but have you tried running the ALSA configuration script at "/opt/alsa/alsasetup"?

As for the problem with reading partitions, the specs pages I've found online don't say what type of Hard Disk the G7000 has. If the Hard Disk is SATA, you'll have to use the "sata" boot option with DSL. Failing that, I would recommend rewriting the partition table as "msdos", then creating your partitons again. I usually do this with the program "parted" using the command "mklabel msdos", but any partitioning program should do.

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