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Lubuntu will almost certainly perform better. My brother had an old 512MB Dell desktop that I brought back to life. I first tried vanilla Ubuntu but it lagged horribly, then tried Lubuntu and it ran like it was brand new.


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Open Compiz Config Manager Accessibility Enable Enhanced Zoom Desktop In Zoom in/out Tab chose you favorite setting. Recommended setting to Zoom In button 4 + Bottom Edge For Zoom Out button 5 + Bottom Edge Hence Button 4 & 5 Scroll top down and down top


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My solution to all of this was to install the "PulseAudio Volume Control". This gave me the right volume knob to move the audio back up and it's been working since with the system's default audio controls.


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I have both Ubuntu and Lubuntu 16.04 on my older HP Pavilion desktop with 1 GByte RAM. Ubuntu will bog down and run slow. Lubuntu is more responsive. The good thing is that they run the same software except for the desktop environment: Unity versus LXLE. I don't feel I've lost anything by running Lubuntu.


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First, a clarification: Your title says you upgraded to 16.04. Does this mean that an earlier Ubuntu had been installed and was booting correctly? If so, what version? This is important mainly to establish a baseline -- if Ubuntu was installed and booting, then we know that your computer is capable of booting it correctly, which rules out certain possible ...


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Solution was to add in /etc/modprobe.d/blacklist.conf blacklist i2c_designware-platform And reboot the system. After that syndaemon works fine.


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Seems to match something I've seen already for 14.04: https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/xubuntu-default-settings/+bug/1303736 File a new bug, and for now try the workaround from here: map some key combination to: xrandr --auto and you'll get your screen back by pressing it.


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You are going to have to install the proprietary driver for the graphics card. To install it, open the Dash Menu on Ubuntu and type: Additional Then you will see a program called "Additional Drivers". Click on it, and a window will pop-up with any available drivers. If your graphics card is compatible with Ubuntu you will find it in the list of drivers ...


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Okay, this was very simple. I should have read the Question I already linked to in the main post more thoroughly! I just went to http://kernel.ubuntu.com/~kernel-ppa/mainline/v4.4.1-wily/ downloaded the kernel image for 64bit systems (.deb-file) and installed it by double-clicking (Ubuntu Software Center). WiFi works now! :)) Thats it... Mui simple, very ...


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echo 2 > /sys/devices/platform/dell-laptop/leds/dell\:\:kbd_backlight/brightness Worked for me I have a new 2in1 Inspiron 7568.



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