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Asus F553M works with Ubuntu on USB but after installation you can't run computer. It's a problem with all Linux systems on F553M. I have tried Ubuntu, Debian, Fedora, Arch, CentOS and OpenSUSE. OpenSUSE as only one run on F553M but it needs long time to start (about 1min) and there is many other problems.


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I couldn't stay connected to WiFi with my brand new ASUS Q302LA. I found the problem was the Network Adapter Driver. I downloaded the RALINK 5.0.47.0 driver from the ASUS website, and everything has worked GREAT since the driver update.


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I also have this problem with a fresh install on my laptop. What works for me is the following: sudo apt-get install nvidia-331 nvidia-settings Then run: nvidia-settings And under the PRIME Profiles tab on the left of the Nvidia settings window switch to your Intel GPU instead of Nvidia GPU.


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First of all, try with another cable. Be sure that eth-wire has 4-pair inside ( totally 8 wires). Then, if the problem persist, may be is a problem about autonegotiation. Try to set the negotiation as manual at your Network Manager. Set as 100Mb/s If the problem persist, we need more information: open a terminal and look at mii-tool ethX where X is ...


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I just had the same problem with my Zenfone 6. I found the answer here on the ubuntu forums: http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=2226702 It's actually really simple: you just get the vendorId:productId from running lsusb, add those IDs to two files, restart the "udev" services, and finally reboot your computer. Follow the link above, it'll walk you ...


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Debian latest ISOs are working for this laptop now. Try http://cdimage.debian.org/cdimage/weekly-builds/multi-arch/iso-cd/


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Download the driver for the MT7630e controller from this page In a terminal, cd ~/Downloads; unzip MT7630E-master.zip; cd MT7630E-master; sudo chmod +x install.sh (you will be prompted for sudo password), then ./install.sh Reboot At this point the controller should be hard-blocked every time the system boots up, requiring to suspend to RAM and to resume ...


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If you've already checked to be sure the settings in System Settings->Sound are sane, you might take a look at your alsamixer settings. I've seen microphones muted there before. Open a terminal with CTRLALTT. Issue the command alsamixer You'll get a screen like this: In the image above the front Mic is muted. You can use the cursor keys to Highlight ...


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Yes, I have. Launch a video (for example with VLC) just for some seconds before using the microphone. The microphone starts working then. (However, I do not know why.)


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Try this sudo apt-get install build-essential linux-headers-generic git mkdir ~/LINUX_SOURCE cd ~/LINUX_SOURCE sudo apt-get build-dep linux-image-$(uname -r) apt-get source linux-image-$(uname -r) cd linux-3.13.0/drivers/bluetooth/ cp /usr/src/linux-headers-$(uname -r)/Module.symvers Module.symvers cp /boot/config-$(uname -r) .config Then gedit btusb.c ...


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I would turn the laptop off and take out the battery and plug it in to see if it thinks it is on battery power that should make work I think.


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Well I believe the obvious answer to be Yes, if you have a Bootable USB with Ubuntu on it or an CD. But as mentioned below in the comments It may be harder since it was a chrome book. For more Info check this question out: How do I install Ubuntu? Also, possible duplicate: How to install Ubuntu 32-bit on Asus C300 chromebook


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I resolved this issue in Ubuntu 14.10 by replacing 'ehci_hcd' to ehci-pci' in 11_usb_s3. I have ehci-pci folder instead of ehci_hcd. #!/bin/sh #unbind usb device before enter S3 #bind usb device after resume from S3 case "${1}" in suspend | hibernate) for i in `lspci -vv | grep "USB controller" | awk '/EHCI/ {print $1}'` ...


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The problem has also been reported for PgAdmin; the given solution seems to fix the problem for Gedit also : PgAdmin 3 @ Ubuntu 14.10: low responsiveness when typing by Robert TheSim Maybe it is a wxWidgets / iBus bug. I fixed it disabling IBus. Go to Language Support and change 'Keyboard input system' from 'IBus' to 'None'.


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Have you checked this answer on a similar question. This might resolve the issue.


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I have been running Ubuntu 14.10 in a dual-boot configuration on my Asus EeeX205T for a couple of months now. Some things do not yet work -- internal wifi/bluetooth, sound, power management -- but with a usb wifi adapter, enough works, and works well enough, that I have used it as a travel machine -- a role in which it excels. Here is how I set it up to ...


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I finally decided to purchase the Asus Z97 Deluxe motherboard along with an Intel Core i5-4590S processor. I'm happy to report that the board works fine with Ubuntu 14.04 LTS. I'm also using the following SATA devices without any problems: 1 x 256 GB Samsung EVO 840 PRO for the Ubuntu OS 4 x Western Digital Caviar Red 3TB NAS drives a ZFS pool 1 x 256 GB ...


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This is what I found. I work with Kubuntu 14.04 on a ASUS K50C and I have the same problem. The driver on http://zatherz.cba.pl/sis/ can be downloaded and installed. I did not use the install routine on the website but I just clicked on it in the directory and the install process started itself. (The easy way. :-) ) I do have the right resolution right ...


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I'm not familiar with that model but please check BIOS setup again for these things: 1) Boot order 2) Something like "Allow displaying boot choice menu" or similar. 3) Pay attention also if there is possibly any choice like "allow booting from other/external media". To really switch off you may need to press power switch more than 5 seconds continuous. ...



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