ACER ASPIRE 3000 LAN DRIVER


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Acer Aspire 3000 LAN Driver

For all I know you might have other packages in your cache you don't want erased.

I included the step, in case you wanted to. Would it not be best to "clean" the old stuff out so that the OS don't try to use it?

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By default apt will always use the latest version of the package Acer Aspire 3000 LAN has access to. After updating your package list, if new packages were available, and you ran "sudo apt-get install the-package-name" the newer version would be downloaded and used, even if you already have the old version in your cache.

If no new versions were available then apt would just use the version you've already got without re-downloading it.

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As mentioned in my earlier post, when using live-media you Acer Aspire 3000 LAN not be able to use the drivers as they might require a reboot to load them into the kernel. If you are having troubles then that is likely the cause, as it by your terminal output it appears you are installing on a live-dvd not a normal Mint installation. You won't have that issue with a normal installation.

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I completed all this and it went well! You got Mint to install, or you're running as a live-dvd?

Optional In the terminal type "sudo apt-get clean". The first time you run the command is on the live-dvd that is used to download the packages; the purpose being to make sure that you'll only be backing up the driver related packages.

Step 9 is optional, because running the command again is not required for your objective of installing the driver packages. Some people like to flush their apt cache after installing packages, other people don't. For all I know you Acer Aspire 3000 LAN have other packages in your cache you don't want erased. I included the step, in case you wanted to.

Would it not be best to "clean" the old stuff out so that the OS don't try to use it? First make sure I'm pretty sure you have the same card as I do: Network controller: I think Acer series all should have this card. Next you'll need Acer Aspire 3000 LAN download a package which includes the drivers and a fancy ndiswrapper setup script that installs them automatically:

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