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I have had the same problem with the same PC. The only version of ubuntu I could install is 13.10 even after that it would not recognize my wireless card. Such a headache as I install 14.04 on my laptop in 1 go


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On Ubuntu 14.04 LTS, this fix does not work with my Asus PC. The output of above command is: $ LD_PRELOAD=/usr/lib/i386-linux-gnu/libv4l/v4l1compat.so skype ERROR: ld.so: object '/usr/lib/i386-linux-gnu/libv4l/v4l1compat.so' from LD_PRELOAD cannot be preloaded (cannot open shared object file): ignored. Eventually, I got the command working from the ...


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The following may be helpful. I have worked on many systems (although not an expert with Linux). But the following is true. Hardware built by several companies have routine problems with keyboard mapping, when using Linux. This is because problem manufacturers create a different keyboard map for each series of products. Sometimes this even extends to ...


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From the comments, it seems that the problem was with the DNS servers. Switching to the google DNS servers (instructions at https://developers.google.com/speed/public-dns/docs/using) makes it work better


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That's working ASUS N550LF with a little variant because there is not the pin 17 : Pin ID : 0x14 => Line Out (Center/LFE) Pin ID : 0x15 => Line Out (Center/LFE) Pin ID : 0x16 => Internal Speaker (LFE) Pin ID : 0x18 => Internal Speaker (LFE) Pin ID : 0x19 => Line out (Center/ LFE) Pin ID : 0x1a => Line Out (Front) Pin ID : 0x1e => SPDIF ...


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You can try installing thermald with sudo apt-get install thermald which is ubuntu made and a feature for 14.04. I noticed some better control of the cpu fan on my asus laptop. Seems to work but it's a daemon (runs in background) so I have no way of knowing for sure.


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As far as I've seen, there is currently no way to boot linux. The TF103 doesn't use BIOS, and instead uses Droidboot as it's boot loader. There isn't much information on Droidboot with Bay Trail devices, or my google-fu isn't the best. Either way there doesn't appear to be easily accessible information about how droidboot on the TF103 works or how one is ...


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For those still stuck on this problem, just go to the ASUS website and update your bios and viola, it will fix the trackpad issues.


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press your windows key and type drivers then click on the additional drivers icon and let it search for a while. once its loaded, see if you're using the nouveau display drivers or nvidia ones. You should make it use the nvidia binary driver, and logout, sign in again. see if this changes anything.


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For the brightness issue please do the following. sudo gedit /etc/default/grub find the line that has "GRUB_CMDLINE_LINUX_DEFAULT" and change it as following GRUB_CMDLINE_LINUX_DEFAULT="quiet splash acpi_osi=" save and close gedit then issue the following command into the terminal sudo update-grub


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it'a one abnormal behaviour on asus eeepc notebook with Fn brightness keys on ubuntu 14.04. when you press Fn+F5, or Fn+F6 keys to change brightness, brightness jumps almost twice. it's said about, it's a matter of performing brightness change action first by acpi and after that by Xserver, so the result is, brightness changes faster, in larger steps than ...


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try this it helped me to have some level of controle on the sub but its still in the right chanell All needed is to pass a parameter to snd-hda-intel module. Open the file /etc/modprobe.d/alsa-base.conf (you need to create this file if there is no file with that name) and add this line at the ending of the file: options snd-hda-intel model=asus-mode4 ...


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1- You can also switch drivers without reinstalling: Open the "Additional Drivers" utility Select the driver you wish to use Type your password Wait for it install Reboot 2 - Unfortunately I don't own a touchscreen and have now idea how to fix this. Maybe wait for Ubuntu 14.10? I heard it's supposed to be a lot better optimized for touch screens... 3 - ...


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the first problem caused by nvidia driver if u dont have important files reinstall ubuntu then install nvidia proprietery driver ( NOT THE ONE TESTED , only PROPRIETERY ) then search in the dash for nvidia setting and set the graphic card as intel , the nvidia this time will not hang but it flikr a little thats why i told u to set intel as graph card u ...


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First I would recommend checking the MD5 hash here on the Ubuntu help page to see if the ISO has been corrupted during the download Second it can also depend on the software used to put the installer onto, personally I've used UNetbootin with the best results (If I don't know the software, it makes it a bit harder to research) There may also be something ...



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