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Hi, Thanks, I will open a new thread on wireless router connection and post the Code: su lspci results. Did you execute ' su ' command before executing fdisk -l ...
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    Hi,

    Thanks, I will open a new thread on wireless router connection and post the
    Code:
    su 
    lspci
    results.

    Did you execute 'su' command before executing fdisk -l?
    Yes, I did. I went to the terminal, type in "su", it will leads me to root prompt, then I type in "fdisk -l" and press enter, but nothing is running, just another root prompt.

    ^^"

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    Thats strange. It worked in Knoppix 5.
    Try these
    Code:
    sudo lspci
    sudo fdisk -l
    OR
    Code:
    su -
    lspci
    fdisk -l
    its su and minus sign ( - ). su -
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