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You likely need firmware that is not yet part of Ubuntu package linux-firmware sudo apt-get install git git clone https://github.com/jeremyb31/ath10k-firmware.git sudo cp ath10k-firmware/ /lib/firmware/ath10k/ Reboot


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Goto Settings Mouse And Touchpad Then Select The Pointer Speed. And You're Done.


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Open Settings and go to Mouse and Touchpad. There should be a slider for pointer speed. Adjust it till you are comfortable.


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I figured out what worked, at least for me. http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=2160343&page=2&s=befb7fad5368f83f07e67887b4083b35 and http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=2243945&highlight=firmware


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Same problem here, Xubuntu 16.04. First I was observing that when playing videos, but then I experienced that problem on any other random moments. I also can not switch off, it restarts instead. when i set option acpi=noirq I get that from kernel: May 15 11:13:24 daniel-Aspire-E5-511 kernel: [ 7.615865] BUG: unable to handle kernel NULL pointer ...


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@oldfred thanks very much for your support, links you shared really help me out. Following are the steps of the solution that works for me. Press F2 to enter into BIOS and do following: Set supervisor password from Security menu option. Set BootMode to 'UEFI' from Boot menu option. Enable SecureBoot from Boot menu option. From Security menu option - ...


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someone posted this: The trick was to manually copy the ubuntu Boot directory in place of the \EFI\Boot Directory, and rename shimx64.efi to \EFI\Boot\bootx64.efi (not \EFI\Microsoft\Boot\bootmgfw.efi ) Boot-Repairs fix is the rename of bootmgfw.efi, which has to be redone if Windows updates its files. And then can only boot Windows from grub menu. Some ...


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Here is the way to install ubuntu using a usb stick. Download the Ubuntu iso file. The latest version of ubuntu is available here Download rufus and create a bootable usb drive of ubuntu. Restart windows and boot from the usb device. Press F12 to get the boot menu. Then you can install or try ubuntu os. Step by step instructions are available here In ...


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You can find all kinds of information on this just by looking for it. Here's one link: http://www.ubuntu.com/download/desktop/create-a-usb-stick-on-windows I set up Ubuntu 14.04 on my netbook (yes--laptop friendly) with an SD card that I formatted using Linux Live http://www.linuxliveusb.com/ Yes it does offer an option to try it before installing it. It ...


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It will work from usb if you add the acpi=off option to the boot command, both before and after the -- delimiter. To get the command line in legacy mode: press the "down" key when the keyboard icon comes up, select English. Make sure "Try Ubuntu Before Installing" is highighted then press F6. Don't select anything in the menu that comes up, press esc. The ...



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