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Thread: After HD Install, how to trigger hardware detection

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    After HD Install, how to trigger hardware detection

    I'm trying to install knoppix to an IOpener. I can't have a cd-rom and hard drive at the same time on that machine, so I installed knoppix to the hard drive of another machine and moved the hard drive to the Iopener. It boots fine, but the video and sound device drivers aren't right. Is there any way to trigger the auto detection, at this point?

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    mkxf86config is used to make your /etc/X11/XF86Config-4
    soundcardconfig is used to setup the sound card

    Not sure if soundcardconfig is used by knoppix, but you can see that mkxf86config is.

    Joshua SS Miller

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