How to add the ID of a known-compatible device to a USB wifi driver (or: making “echo new_id” permanent)?

I have a somewhat uncommon USB WiFi device (in my case, a Hawking HWDN1), which, after doing the following, works with the rt2800usb driver already in the kernel: sudo modprobe rt2800usb sudo bash -c “echo 0e66 0004 > /sys/bus/usb/drivers/rt2800/new_id” I’m manually loading the driver (modprobe), and then “binding” it to the device, i.e. telling it…

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How to install sedpak from https://sedpak.geol.sc.edu/ [closed]

sedpak its geo science software (link). This application make a numerical simulation. After making all setup requirement on my Ubuntu machine the software interface won’t appear. Install required software (Ubuntu). Ubuntu – use the System->Administration->Synaptic Package Manager to install libmotif3 and csh Or, on a console: $ sudo apt-get install libmotif3 $ sudo apt-get install…

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Data searching (matching) mechanisms standard in generally all Linux systems

I feel confused about what data searching (data matching) mechanisms are standard in generally all Linux systems, as being utilizable by generally all shell builtins and additional common utilities, for doing search (match) X and replace with Y operations. To solve the confusion problem, I tried to categorize what I recognize as such standard mechanisms:…

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