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I had the same problem as you, and I just found the problem. The 5Ghz network was setted to choose automatically the channel, one day it changed to a channel with an high number and my card wasn't able to find the network anymore. So just check in your router if the network has an high number channel and change it back to a lower one (now I'm with channel ...


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Ok, I think I found it. Edit your /etc/default/grub file: sudo nano /etc/default/grub Change the following line: GRUB_CMDLINE_LINUX_DEFAULT="quiet splash" to say this instead: GRUB_CMDLINE_LINUX_DEFAULT="acpi_osi=! acpi_backlight=native idle=nomwait quiet splash" Press CTRL + o and then press ENTER to save the file. Press CTRL + x to exit nano. ...


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I recently installed 16.04 on a ASUS UX303UA. Everything I have tried so far has worked, except for one small glitch, which is that sometimes the wifi doesn't come back on after suspend. I've fixed that by adding a little script to the power management directory which works all the time. I am just getting into configuring gestures. Right out of the box the ...


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According to the download page of Ubuntu, it will not perform really well with RAM under 2GB. There are other Ubuntu flavors out there that may suit your system here


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Same issue here on Asus Zenbook Pro UX501VW (same GPU and CPU, Ubuntu 16.04). After I changed "quiet splash" in grub to acpi_osi=! acpi_backlight=native idle=nomwait the fan stopped spinning like mad and integrated GPU seems to work. But now the system fails to shutdown normally and also hangs on executing glxinfo command. Actually I don't quite understand ...


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I am using these boot parameters to boot 16.04 on my GL552VW: i915.preliminary_hw_support=1 nouveau.modeset=0 acpi_osi=! acpi=0 acpi_backlight=vendor idle=nomwait My touchpad requires me to boot twice to get the pointer to display. I am trying to figure that out. Modify 10_linux in /etc/grub.d line 177 put in after ro and before ${arg} and then sudo ...


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I was able to get 15.10 installed by doing this: Modify /etc/grub.d/10_linux so that any subsequent updates don't overwrite the grub.cfg file and thus your modifications. sudo -H gedit /etc/grub.d/10_linux Look for line 177. It should start with linux ${rel_dirname}/${basename}.efi.signed root=${linux_root_device_thisversion} After ro, ...



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