What is the function of modprobe in this code?
6b:00.0 Network controller : Intel Corporation Wireless-AC 9260 [8086:2526] (rev 29) Subsystem: Intel Corporation Device [8086:0014] Kernel driver in use: iwlwifi Kernel modules: iwlwifi Many drivers, and, in parti...lenovonetworkingwireless18.04lenovo
Second display not detected in Ubuntu 18.04
I'm connecting with a HDMI cable. It was working, but for some reason stopped working, here is what I did until now? Restart the computer and connect again; Go to configurations and check if the display shows up, it's no...18.04graphicsintel-graphicsexternal-monitorintel-graphics
Remote Desktop via xrdp: Missing items in Applications menu and indicator applet
I followed Griffon's guide to install xrdp on Ubuntu 18.04 ( ) but modified /etc/xrdp/startwm.sh to use it with gnome-flashback-metacity: I could log in from Windows client (session: Xorg) but the desktop seems to be mis...systemd18.04xrdpremote-desktopgnome-flashbacksystemd
Dual monitor setup only displays on iMac with retina on non-default resolution
I'm running Ubuntu 17.10 on an iMac retina (update: upgraded now to 18.04, nothing changed), with a Dell as second monitor. The default resolution of the iMac (first monitor) is 3840x2160 (16:9). At this point everything...mac17.1018.04display-resolutionmultiple-monitorsmac
Keep running out of space, where have my harddrive space gone?
I have Synology NAS shares mounted for larger data (main use is Plex server). Data size of the Docker volumes on the machine should be about 10 GB and I think there should be considerable free space after doing some Dock...df18.04dockerdudocker
Attempting to enable a custom service in Ubuntu 18.04 Minimal returns "Failed to enable unit: Unit file backuptos3.service does not exist."
I have a .service file (backuptos3.service) that I have created and is running on several CentOS servers. (Backup_To_S3.sh) There is a companion .timer file that is supposed to trigger this the .service file. The "backup...permissionsltsaws18.04lts
Can't install driver for TP-Link T1U USB on Ubuntu 18.04 (kernel 4.15.0-36-generic)
I'm trying to install a Tp-Link T1U USB adapter on my machine. I'm currently running Ubuntu 18.04 with a 4.15.0-36-generic kernel. I've been looking at a few solutions for a couple of days, namely: This is what I'm doing...tp-link18.04realtek-wirelessrealtek-wireless