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For anyone who comes to this in the future. I had to revert the operating system to factory install after backing up all of my files. Press esc on startup and and press restore to factory settings. This helps: http://liliputing.com/2011/07/how-to-install-nearly-any-linux-distro-using-a-usb-flash-drive-and-unetbootin.html
Install linux drivers from intel, from here. Select ubuntu 13.10 and 32 bit or 64 bit , depending on your system. you can check which architecture(32/64 bit) is in system settings -> Details, here:
Try ctl+alt+F2 and switch back with ctrl+alt+F7, the menu magicaly apears. At least this is how i do it. It has to be a bug of somekind. If I dont do this combination, i cant interact with any open window, no alt tabin, nothing works. It seems as it froze but it actualy didnt. I hope it helps, but its a lame circumvention i know.
If you don't want to use bzr, or aren't familiar with debian packaging, and updating the changelog, etc, you can simply generate a diff ( preferably with -u ) of the file you changed, and attach it to the bug report and tag it with the tag 'patch' and hopefully someone else will take care of applying it properly and uploading it. If you are comfortable with ...
You should take a look to here Launchpad repository is stored as a bazaar repository on Launchpad. The only first time is needed to download all the stuff. Then only partial updates are done regarding your changes EDIT: make use of offline local version of source code init repo: bzr init-repo --trees myrepo cd myrepo Copy your files into myrepo ...
It's an unsolved bug related to dbus-deamon.The only known solutions are either killing the software that started the bug or few restarts. I have written about it here, but it went unnoticed.
It ended up being a known bug, with the following work around: "To install: sudo add-apt-repository ppa:attente/modifier-only-input-switch sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get upgrade If the new packages improve the situation for you, you can use apt-mark to hold these packages at these versions. If the new packages cause a regression for you, use 'sudo ...
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