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The Ubuntu installer is called ubiquity. The changelog of ubiquity 2.3.18 mentions "Use dmidecode to get a more unique suffix for the hostname (LP: #628087)." The exact python code is: def dmimodel(): model = '' kwargs = {} if os.geteuid() != 0: # Silence annoying warnings during the test suite. kwargs['stderr'] = ...


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dmidecode shows all information about your system. Take a look using the command: sudo dmidecode | grep -A 9 "System Information"


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In Short Your system configuration is probably fine. Gnome-system-monitor is simply reporting the wrong number. No need to worry. As already mentioned in a comment above, the “System” tab is gone in Ubuntu 14.04. In More Detail You have hit a hard upper CPU number limit that is set in libgtop (a library which is used by gnome-system-monitor). Quoting ...


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To see CPU temperature in in thousandths of a degree C, use the following command: cat /sys/class/thermal/thermal_zone0/temp To see detailed temperature information for other system temperature it is best to install lm-sensors using: sudo apt-get install lm-sensors Then you can run sudo sensors-detect to detect the sensors in your system and type yes ...


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please see the following answer, I believe it's exactly what you are looking for: Add node to existing landscape openstack


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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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Works for Ubuntu 15.04, more working details here : How to get Bamboo Pad working on Ubuntu 14.04 For step 1, identify your USB device by lsusb : $ lsusb ... Bus 003 Device 008: ID 056a:0318 Wacom Co., Ltd ... wireless Bamdo pad : usbhid.quirks=0x056a:0x0319:0x40000000 wired USB Bambo Pad : usbhid.quirks=0x056a:0x0318:0x40000000 Then add it to ...


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From my experience. Trackpad works with Linux 3.18 and up. Ubuntu 15.04 comes with it (which is upgraded to 3.19). You may want to upgrade, or find repositories with debian version of the Kernel and install it your current ubuntu


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I'd just post this as a comment but don't have the rep. I've been making tweaks based on this post since I got the 2015 X1 Carbon, but hadn't solved everything. I started over yesterday with a completely fresh Vivid install and was pleasantly surprised to find zero issues, as in "just works." In particular, the click buttons and trackpad are recognized and ...



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