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Although it would have been interesting to know if I could have found out by system tests myself, the quick answer is: it was a hardware failure. Why? Because the technical service replaced my motherboard. That convinces me; luckily it was still on warranty.


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I think it has to do with the fact that Microsoft’s OS is seen as a business platform which attracts companies that want to make a profit, and Microsoft having the most users in the OS world, companies will always choose their OS as the default platform to develop their products on.


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Microsoft have more support because it have alot of users while Linux have a low user base make it less attractive for devs & users and with the windows 10 approaching some linux users will leave. Also Linux have less support from AMD & Nvidia.


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I managed to configure the "left edge swipe" and "right edge swipe" gestures using xbindkeys; this can probably apply also to the two finger swipes, but I did not bother with those as I find them difficult to perform anyway. This is my .xbindkeysrc #Right edge swipe (Send Alt+F2) "xte 'keydown Alt_L' 'key F2' 'keyup Alt_L'" ...


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Theoretically, it should work. As for any problem with graphics, there should be a check-box in Photoshop settings that allows you to enable/disable GPU acceleration. With GPU acceleration disabled, Photoshop should work without any problems.


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Try: rsysinfo [ host | -v ]displays a summary of the kernel statistics of a particular host. The output shows how long the system has been up, load averages, cpu usage in jiffies, pages from and to the disk, the number of interupts recieved, and the number of context switches. The load average numbers give the ...


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You can overload your CPU, and hence generate heat, by using cpuburn: CPU stress tester for Ubuntu Linux - http://www.hecticgeek.com/2012/03/cpuburn-cpu-stress-test-ubuntu-linux/ However if you are wary of running external programs then you can try CPU hammer shell script which uses awk to generate load by doing mathematical calculations ...


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By asking this question I assume you do not care about battery backup much. Having said that, CPU Frequency scaling is what you are looking for. Dynamic Frequency Scaling is a technique by which the frequency of a microprocessor can be automatically adjusted "on the fly," either to conserve power or to reduce the amount of heat generated by the chip. More ...


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Select System Settings Click on Sound Click the Input tab and you should see Internal Microphone


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Here is my solution to the brightness issue: #include <stdio.h> #include <stdlib.h> #include <sys/types.h> #include <unistd.h> int main(int args, char **argv) { FILE *f; int cur_br, new_br; char cmd[256] = { 0, }; if (args <= 1 || strnlen(argv[1], 256) >= 256) { printf("Set the screen ...


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'UNCLAIMED' simply means that the kernel has no driver associated with this device.


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The first line looks like a translation error message. Try running LANG=C lshw and see if it goes away. The second one is simply saying that your motherboard has an I2C controller that no driver has claimed, which is normal since it is just used by the BIOS to identify what kind of DIMMs you have installed. The third appears to be a power supply that your ...



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