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- Join Date
- Mar 2012
Liberte: pci.ids missing from hdt directory
I posted in greater detail about the problem here (I added an ellipsis before "org" because I'm not allowed to post URLs): linuxforums...org/forum/newbie/187414-liberte-shows-black-screen.html#post883440
However, I did a hardware check from within Liberte, finding that the pci.ids file, whatever that is, is missing and that I must install it in the hdt directory.
I wonder if this is the source of my problem. I'm using Windows 7 64-bit and booting Liberte from a USB.
How do I install the pci.ids file in the hdt directory, and what do these terms mean?
NOTE: I have to use Liberte. Any other Linux OS won't do for what I need.
CAUTION: This is my first time using Linux and you should assume unless otherwise indicated that I don't know any Linux terminology (e.g., compile).
Thanks for any help.
- Join Date
- May 2011
Have you tried installing the latest version of the file from here:
and copying it to where it goes on your Liberte system? If it is Gentoo, i think it goes here:
you could also check for a program that attempts to update it for you: