This project is to enable individuals to report issues in regards to hardware compatibility.
Mon, Jul 15
I rechecked log from Ubuntu system and this line is missing when using Solus.
saa7115 9-0025: saa7113 found @ 0x4a (3-2:1.0)
Maybe this driver is needed as well.
Sun, Jul 14
I managed to get my tv card (Elgato EyeTV Hybrid) to work using these kernel modules and the dvb-firmware from OpenELEC.
Thu, Jul 11
Wed, Jul 10
That's very good to know! Please don't updating to some interim version which breaks it in the coming weeks.
As far as I know it it an issue with systemd +240, we ar on 239 and the fix is even in git but no new release since then
Tue, Jul 2
Finally fixed! I don't know what kernel/mesa release fixed it, but it's now fine.
Mon, Jul 1
That statement is very disappointing. - However, I found the cause of the problem.
Solus does not target or currently support this form factor and as nobody on the Team had a 2-in-1 or tablet, this is not something we can support, test, or reproduce.
Thu, Jun 27
Wed, Jun 26
Tue, Jun 25
I haven't experienced this issue for 6 months, can we close this or is the bug still present in somebody's laptop?
Since last kernel updates I can shutdown properly. However startup and shutdown times are painfully slow. I guess I should open another issue for this, but as far as I can say it's a drivers problem, don't think Solus has any control over it
I guess video decoder is not handled correctly.
Mon, Jun 24
Hello, I've tested the driver for the Brother MFC-J430W on my machine but sadly it isn't working. I've installed the scanning package and it works perfectly, but when it comes to printing it's not printing at all. It's also my office printer and the only reason I'm still not using Solus at work right now. Is there any chance a working driver will be added soon? Thanks for your work!
Hello! Could you please add the Brother DCP 585 CW ?
Sun, Jun 23
Wow that was quick!
Confirming the fix with 5.1.12
Hi, can you please add support for the MFC-J470DW? Thanks in advance!
Jun 22 2019
5.1.12 fixes here.
Jun 21 2019
Hi - any chance you can add the Brother DCP-7065DN ? (full print and scan functionality) It's really the only thing stopping me from using Solus
Jun 19 2019
hi, i am trying to install Driver for Brother-DCP-71010L. Theres already a driver existing for DCP-7010 but not for the 7010L. But this existing driver doesnt support my DCP-7010L! More about: https://discuss.getsol.us/d/1437-cant-install-supported-brother-printer/
Jun 18 2019
Could we look into this soon(ish)? Unfortunatly I am not able to upgrade my kernel right now.
Jun 17 2019
Yes same here with DualShock 4. Have to completly remove them and pair them again. Really annoying.
Jun 16 2019
Apparently the laptop supports headphones with a builtin mic, and it seems the bug is related to the microphone. When running Factorio (or maybe using Discord?), I can't plug these particular headphones in/out at all without stopping the system, but when using other headphones everything seems to be fine.
Jun 15 2019
Same behaviour with the Dual Shock 4 after updating to 5.1.7 and rebooting.
Jun 11 2019
Could you please include the DCP-L2512D drivers printing and scanning?
Here is the direct link for the linux packages:
I an struglling to get it working.
Jun 8 2019
Anything in dmesg?
Please let us know the status of this after this upcoming sync. Kernel 5.1.7 incoming.
Closing due to lack of response in over 30 days.
CONFIG_VIDEO_EM28XX=m CONFIG_VIDEO_EM28XX_V4L2=m CONFIG_VIDEO_EM28XX_ALSA=m CONFIG_VIDEO_EM28XX_DVB=m CONFIG_VIDEO_EM28XX_RC=m
Jun 7 2019
I've updated now and see that I have version 8 according to the commit.
Jun 6 2019
Well now you can better understand why we have a blanket ban on out-of-tree wireless drivers and why we don't explain it every single time ;)
I am sorry for producing inconveniance. I just wanted an argumented answer, not the short usual one.
Ok. So here's something you need to understand. I am a US citizen and many of the other Solus developers have similar laws in their countries. Aiding a crime is punishable for us. In this particular instance, many of the out-of-tree Realtek (and other) wireless drivers have been modified to improve signal strength. If the transmission strength is too high, it can violate local regulations. This is especially true of those set forth by the FCC. I am sorry that your hardware is not well supported by the Linux kernel drivers, but I cannot help you obtain a driver that may violate these regulations as I would become legally responsible for that.