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  1. #11

    Quote Originally Posted by justtryin View Post
    Yeah I looked at that earlier but i cant seem to locate the dkms directory at all

    locate dkms
    command. It is going to spit out a lot of info though

    $ locate dkms
    from my AntiX install readout. I don't Ubuntu 11.10 so lost in this thread for any other advise.
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    Good advice, Rok!

    Try that in a terminal window after mounting your .iso disc.
    It might work for us.

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  3. #13
    Driver's probably missing. Reinstall Ubuntu.If that doesn't work, download ubuntu again and install.

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