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Installing Intel microcode proprietary drivers using terminal Bodhi Linux

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#1 zuthrieJr



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Posted 27 March 2017 - 06:01 AM

In Ubuntu distros, there is a software and updates tool where one can check for Additional Drivers suggestion and install them. I am using a dell laptop and i find that i need to use this tool to install the drivers "Using Processor microcode firmware for intel CPUs from intel-microcode" without it my wifi fails. But i don't see such an option in Bodhi linux. I searched for Software and Updates tool or the Additional Drivers tool. So i assume this can only be done by terminal in Bodhi. Can someone describe me the steps in detail?

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#2 gohlip



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Posted 27 March 2017 - 07:49 AM

This is done automatically now within the kernel.

We don't have to do anything by ourselves.


But we can verify this for ourselves by

dmesg | grep microcode

If output has  "microcode updated early to revision 0xyy", it is okay and done.


[edit - errata]

Sorry , it does not come with stock Bodhi.

We can install intel-ucode by

sudo apt-get install microcode.ctl intel-microcode


ps: apologies - I've modified my Bodhi so much I've forgotten I've done this.

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