[Novalug] Ubuntu: new motherboard
ajportier at gmail.com
Mon Oct 5 10:01:26 EDT 2009
What on the hardware configuration isn't showing up correctly? If you can
get a console, with a little effort you can reconfigure anything without
requiring a reinstall. If you can get the output of "lspci" and identify the
pieces that aren't working, then post those here I think I (we) can help
On Mon, Oct 5, 2009 at 9:00 AM, Clif Flynt <clif at cflynt.com> wrote:
> Ubuntu is very good about detecting hardware and setting up the
> boot environment.
> I had to do a mother-board swap on one of my systems last night
> and now all the hardware settings are wrong.
> Is there a way to force ubuntu to redo all the hardware probes
> and reconfigure itself for the new system, or should I just
> backup the important parts, wipe the drive and reinstall?
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