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I took them out, switched their positions, put them back. It works now. Probably they just weren't in all the way.


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Your device should work with the driver rtl8723be that is installed by default in Ubuntu 15.10. Load it and see if the wireless comes to life: sudo modprobe rtl8723be Was a wireless interface created? iwconfig Are there any clues in the log? dmesg | grep rtl


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I have not tested this method but you can try it. Open a terminal and type : sudo gedit /etc/acpi/events/sonyswitch Make the contents : event=sony/hotkey action=zenity --info --text=%e Save the file. Open a terminal and type : sudo apt-get install zenity to install zenity Restart ACPI with "kill -SIGHUP pidof acpid" Move the switch to both SPEED and ...


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Check out (type as url): about:support This should give you info on supported features (like hardware rendering) You can try to disable/uncheck hardware acceleration in Firefox. It may feel counter intuitive but has often worked for me. You can find it here: Tools > Options > Advanced > General > Browsing: "Use hardware acceleration when ...


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I guess this command will help: sudo dmidecode | grep 'SKU Number' | head -1 This will return your laptop's model name: sudo dmidecode -s system-product-name This will return your serial number: sudo dmidecode -s system-serial-number -s is a keyword argument. Run man dmidecode to find all the available options.


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I'm not sure if this is applicable to your system, but when I installed Xubuntu on my custom pc I had a similar issue with my USB peripherals. My problem was because of my motherboard: Gigabyte 970a ud3p. What I had to do was to enable IOMMU on the motherboard bios, install xubuntu and then edit one of the system config files. You can check what I did in ...


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Presonus Audiobox must be connected to an USB 1.0 or 2.0 port on linux. If you have USB 3.0 ports, you must disable XHCI on BIOS. If you can't disable 3.0 ports, try with an USB 2.0 HUB. Also, if you have audio glitches only when you turn on Phantom Power, you must set an external power source to your usb port, or connecting the device with a dual power ...


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martensson's answer from forums.lenovo.com One Link doc works out of the box working: HDMI Sound (depending on your device change soundcard output) USB (front and back) Additional drivers required: Ethernet



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