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I have a lenovo Y510P with a nvidia 775m & only use the Intel Graphics for Ubuntu. Why? - Mobile nvidia adapters are Optimus. If setting the laptop to nvidia only then that's done thru nvidia-prime. In that case there is no vsync at all which is unacceptable here when using an ubuntu session. The way bumblebee is used also provides an unacceptable ...


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Your device uses the driver ath9k_htc included in all recent Ubuntu versions. It requires firmware that is included in linux-firmware and is installed by default. Let's see if we can load the driver and look for clues as to why it isn't working: sudo modprobe ath9k_htc dmesg | grep ath lsb_release -d rfkill list all Please post the result here: ...


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answer for question: 1- if i were you i would go for 14.04.1 because it is more stable and the update have less probability to cause your system to be unstable, also the more old is the system( especially LTS like 14.04) , the more stable it is, the more you can find answers for questions you may have in the future 2- if you decided to wipe your disk and ...


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Looking at the questions you've already asked in the past and the answers you've already given, I deduce you're primary a windows user who needs specific help with NVidia development. (Please correct me if I'm wrong) Xorg/edgers is the bleeding edge for NVidia, so you are installing drivers that are in beta (or worse) and you might run into problems using ...


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That software checks /etc/lsb-release and that is a text file we can edit ourself so it might be fairly easy to circumvent. Make a backup first though if you do not know what this means. From a command line: sudo cp /etc/lsb-release /etc/lsb-release.backup And then edit the file ... sudo gedit /etc/lsb-release And change the lines that look like ...



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