So, those drivers that came from the manifacturer was not necessary, and was giving wrong IO address's from want I notice after.
To solve this i have used only modprobe, and restored all the system for a state before I tried to install those drivers.
To start I have listed all the PCIs first...
I have compiled and loaded, the driver that came with this PCI-E, but after loading the driver, I notice that there was no parport tagged to any of those 3 ports (1 parallel and another with 2 Serials), doing,
only the following info about the WCH device driver is displayed,
I have virtual disks from virtual machines there, but with static sizes, not dynamic, but thanks for the warning Rob!!
I was almost getting crazy with this one, because I didnt had large files in that filesystem, there was only small files, maybe photos and musics that I had(I didnt check).
Finally I have found the source of the problem, one backup that I had, created a new folder at /media, when the external disk that I have for backups was not connected properly in the system so it was not mounted at the time of backup, so I had like 13GB on it!
Thanks for the help guys!
I am struggling against disk space, regarding root location.
Seems like I have reach 100% usage, and cannot find a way to regain space, there is no "big" files in that partition.
When I do df -h:
I am facing an issue in my Debian 8.11, where no matter what I do with git and wget, I always receive this message:
gnutls_handshake() failed: the TLS connection was non-properly terminated
Unable to establish SSL connection
If I use curl, I just optain a time out: