Don't know that this will be of any help but I'm running Suse 8 on a
Dell Dimension 8100 usb mouse and adsl modem without any problems.
Easiest way I've found to install the NVidia drivers is to do an online
update beforehand then following the instructions mailed to root to
complete the configuration. But then again, I'm pretty new to Linux so
you probably have a better idea of what you're doing.
On Mon, 17 Jun 2002 10:43:49 +0100
"Hunt, Bryan" <B.Hunt at emuse-tech.com> wrote:
>> My old man got himself a dell dimension 4400 system. I just put Suse
> linux onto it at the weekend.
> Everything works fine ( well I still have to install NVidia drivers
> (plus suse mistakenly installed
> a SMP kernel (which I corrected))) ... thing is though it sees the usb
> hub but does not see any devices
> that are attached. There is a fix on suse's site for a
>http://sdb.suse.de/sdb/en/html/usb80.html> simiar problem (Problems with USB in SuSE Linux 8.0). Has anyone else
> seen these types of problems before ?
>> This evening I am going to ....
> Upgrade the (award (i think)) bios to the latest version
> Check to make sure that pnp os is turned off in the bios
>> Anyone seen this before / any other ideas ?
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