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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 ...


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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.)


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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.


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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 ...


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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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