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As of mid-2015, probably not - although I haven't personally tested it. Andreas Noever wrote the initial kernel support for Thunderbolt and his version 3 features are listed here I have a 11,1 MacBook Pro with Iris Graphics running Ubuntu 15.04 that supports DVI monitors via a DisplayPort (DP) adapter - but this setup only uses the Thunderbolt port as a DP ...
Changed System Settings>Text Entry to an alternative keymap. I have a US keyboard, but I picked "English (Canada)" and it works fine again. It helps to set a hotkey to change map "Source" automatically when it keeps happening still. :∫ (Keyboard sticks randomly has another easy setting change to try if that fails. I feel your pain.)
All Nvidia cards have drivers for Ubuntu. And there are lots of Nvidia cards with DVI and VGA outputs. You can buy any of those.
Generally the open source video driver works well for most applications that are not using the video card a lot, but there is also the proprietary NVidia driver you can install through Software and Updates -> Additional Drivers and unless the card you choose is very recent (in which case it could be unstable without updates) there should be no problem at ...
I have the Canon P-215 you mentioned. I got it in 2013 because of the high recommendation it received on theWireCuttr. Sadly, I wasn't able to get it to work on Linux. However, Canon have released Linux drivers (release date February 4th 2015) which can be found here: Linux Drivers. The driver page states that the drivers have support for the following ...
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