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How to switch between speakers and USB gaming headset on Linux

Those that play video games on Linux computers typically (but not always) use USB gaming headsets to listen to the sounds coming from games they play. The reason that most Linux gamers go with headsets is that they come with stellar headphone speakers and allow for a better, more clear …

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How to fix the Realtek 8812AU WiFi card on Linux

The Realtek 8812AU is a wireless chipset that can handle network connections in AC (5Ghz,) and lesser 2GHz connections too. The chipset is most notable in use in the Netgear A6100 USB WiFi adapter. By default, this wireless chipset doesn’t work on Linux via open-source drivers in the kernel. It …

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