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I found a solution for my VN7-571G-56N0 Touchpad: ↳ SYN1B7F:00 06CB:2970 UNKNOWN My solution isn't nice but its a workaround. Obviously the Touchpad isn't detected by the driver. I don't have another explanation for such a bad configured driver. Step 1: Download enable-rightbutton.sh Step 2: Identify your touchpad ID using xinput Step 3: Activate the ...


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I suggest you try a driver parameter; from the terminal: echo "options rtl8723be fwlps=N ips=N" | sudo tee /etc/modprobe.d/rtl8723be.conf Reboot and tell us if stability is improved. Next, write a configuration file: gksudo gedit /etc/pm/config.d/config Add a single line: SUSPEND_MODULES="rtl8723be" Proofread carefully, save and close gedit. ...


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Type the following commands into the Terminal: sudo su -c "echo options psmouse proto=exps > /etc/modprobe.d/psmouse.modprobe" sudo reboot


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It depends on your use case. If you're a very light user that only ever had one tab open in FireFox (forget about chromium) only uses two applications at a time (like Firefox and Thunderbirdand that doesn't need hibernation: No swap necessary. medium user: With only 2GB of RAM, I would put in a 4GB swap so you can have multiple tabs open (and individual ...


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0 bytes is the perfect swap size - that is do not create a swap partition and do not bother with swap at all. If you ever find this is indeed a problem (I never have), then create a swap file - with a swap file it is easy to experiment with the right size (half of your RAM size to start with and then up to 2 times that).


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This may not be the most modest approach, but it works for my Ubuntu 12.04 Acer. You will need to run this command as super user (su). $ sudo su # echo 200 > /sys/class/backlight/intel_backlight/brightness This will change your brightness (on a scale of 0-1000). Be careful you don't put in 0 or your screen will turn off! If this process works for ...


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The standard Ubuntu NVidia drivers generate some problems on slightly older and slightly newer NVidia hardware. If you want more then the standard Ubuntu repository drivers, install the xorg.edgers PPA. As the xorg.edgers group ask not to give installation instructions directly without linking to their page, this is the best I can do for now... If you ...


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Is there a (fn) key to enable/disable specific (numpad/touchpad/whatever) functionality? Also check if your keyboard layout is still correct. Although outdated and tl;dr maybe useful: https://help.ubuntu.com/community/SynapticsTouchpad/ShortcutKey [edit] I tried sudo showkey on my console and got this result: 11:04 $ sudo showkey kb mode was ...


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Same here, with a HP-Envy15, Nvidia 840M as well, Ubuntu 14.10. Updating packages including xorg-edgers PPA gives a black screen on boot, then the only way I found was to CTRL + ALT + F2, login, completely uninstall Nvidia packages, reinstall ubuntu-desktop, reinstall ccsm, launch ccsm, CTRL + ALT + F1 and re-enabling Ubuntu-desktop-plugin from ...


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"cheese" is unfortunately a very poorly written software. And, unfortunately, there is no really decent camera software on Ubuntu ("guvcview" and others have some +s but still far from panacea). Bugs, cheap design and lack of options may be discouraging. Some suggestions anyway do lsusb to see if you webcam is detected in the USB port In cheese / ...


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That HDMI of E3-112 is "HDMI port with HDCP support" and which should be understood as "HDCP RESTRICTED" - High-Bandwidth Digital Content Protection, a copy protection scheme to eliminate the possibility of intercepting digital data midstream between the source to the display. So at some moment the restriction has been activated, most probably by online ...


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From reading your post, I don't think that post mentioned pressing Ctrl+L. The post mentioned pressing Ctrl+D and later on mentioned running the command curl -L -O http://goo.gl/s9ryd; sudo bash s9ry (by typing it on the command line and confirming with Enter)


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To install ubuntu simply: Insert the disk into your computer. Restart your computer. Press f9 (Or the key that says boot menu on the screen) When ubuntu loads select install from the list. Work through the guide. When you get to the partition stage select the partition you made Your done! Thanks, hope this helps!


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Your problem is one of two things: 1. Your computer's network adaptor is the issue, this means that you computer keeps disconnecting from the network. This can be solved by contacting the company you got the computer from. Or 2. You router is loosing connection to the internet, this means that all the devices loose connection to the internet but stay ...


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I used to get this on my computer, I dont know why this happens but the solution that worked for me was to disconnect from your internet and reconnect and re-enter that code to access your internet.



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