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Hi guys, i am having a bit of a nightmare with this one and i have been pulling my hair out for nearly two weeks trying to fix this issue and finally i decided to ask for help from this great community. I have a standard Linux Mint installed on my laptop and everything is updated. The problem that i am having is that there is a loud static noise coming from my speakers whenever my laptop is on battery power. I get no static at all when my laptop in connected to AC power which leads me to believe it is a power saving issue of some kind but not sure. I have tlp power saver in
I have a fresh install of Linux mint and the WiFi works and I can use the Internet perfectly. However after installing katoolin, which I get no errors, after rebooting I can't get any Internet at all even though network manager says I am connected to my network. I can't ping anything. I think it messed up my dhcp or something but I don't know how to find out where it went wrong What happened?
I have acquired A Dell Latitude E6410 laptop that looks almost brand new for £50, about $35 in your money. It has a 4 core i7 processor and 8GB of RAM. I have had Linux Mint on it and it runs great. I want to use it as my day to day working system. As such it will hold my personal details, client details, my itinerary, banking etc. I am now going to start doing a bit more travelling with my work and want to take the laptop with me. Laptops are high on the list as an easy theft target so now I want to scrub the current OS and re-install the latest Mint with encryption. For some of my work I
Hey All, I was banging my head on an issue finally converted fully to mint, but setting up my USB-Serial adapter was a nightmare. At first I just plugged it in ran lsusb and I could see the adapter showing up then installed putty with but wasn't able to console. I then figured i'll try giving screen /dev/ttyUSB0 a shot and it worked immediately. I read that I should use "mknod /dev/ttyUSB0 -c 188 0" but still no luck. I then added my user to the dialout group then through the Properties GUI for Putty changed the permission to read/write for my user. That seemed to do the trick. I then reverte