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Part of the memory is allocated to the on-board Video card. You may be able to adjust the amount of memory the card can use, in the system BIOS, but you will never see the full 4GB, as the video card must be allocated some amount. You could theoretically disable on-board video if your BIOS allows it, but then your system would have no video, as it's a ...


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Here are the things that currently WORK with Ubuntu 15.10 on the most common Bay Trail hardware. - Touch - Sound (only on some) - USB and USB OTG - Orientation, Gyroscope (very few) - ACPI, Battery Detection, Brightness (most tablets do not sleep correctly) WiFi and Bluetooth do not work for 99% of Bay Trail SDIO chips. Prerequisites 1. OTG cable, I ...


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First, try installing the 64 bit version to see if that will resolve the problem. Run the following command: sudo apt-get install libstdc++5 Please post any more errors. EDIT: Okay, then install the i386 version like so: sudo apt-get install libstdc++5:i386 Please post any more errors.



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