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I had the same problem. I have solved it by install intel driver like below (i think it's a part of the solution ;-) ) AND chose the GLX video output in VLC setting.


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Yes, the sudo pavucontrol failed after a few days, why? Don't know. What I do that has been working for me, at least for now, is "pkill pulseaudio" which resets (respawns?) pavucontrol and all works as expected. Hope this works longer than the sudo fix. Sorry, just trying to be helpful. Best, Papa Smuff


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I just bought one of these used a few weeks ago and have run into a lot of trouble with performance. Make certain you are not using a 90W power supply as the ThinkPad will throttle itself substantially. A 135W power supply was standard and ought to avail the unit's full power to you. Mine came with a 90W supply and I noticed a dramatic increase in ...


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I temporarily replaced the contents of /etc/lsb-release with: DISTRIB_ID=Ubuntu DISTRIB_RELEASE=15.10 DISTRIB_CODENAME=wily DISTRIB_DESCRIPTION="Ubuntu 15.10" In this way "Graphics Installer 1.4.0 for Ubuntu* 15.10, 32-bit" was installed. Before reboot I restored the original contents of /etc/lsb-release. Drivers work fine.


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I have had a similar problem with both pulseaudio and lost cursor after unlock. The cursor problem still exists in Xubuntu 16.02 but also lost pulseaudio as you describe. My temporary fix which worked for me was to run "pavucontrol" as root (gksudo) in a terminal. It seems that pavucontrol does not "see" the password from the "lockout" input (don't know the ...


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This solution worked for me while upgraded from 15.10 to 16.04 at Intel integrated graphics system. https://allanbogh.com/2016/01/05/ubuntu-16-04-installing-the-intel-graphics-drivers-using-the-intel-graphics-installer-for-linux/


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Just a note, when you install 16.04, 7265D works for me without issues. I cam across this question when trying to get it updated to -21.ucode [ 142.519645] iwlwifi 0000:02:00.0: Detected Intel(R) Dual Band Wireless AC 7265, REV=0x210 modinfo iwlwifi | grep 7265D firmware: iwlwifi-7265D-13.ucode


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You may be running into KSP bug #7493 or something similar. Try running with -gforce-glcore33.


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According to the information found at https://communities.intel.com/thread/48053?start=0&tstart=0 and thanks to sulamita and digver I could finally install and run the intel galileo gen2 board on Ubuntu 16.04 The steps I have followed are: Install the board through the arduino IDE. This was accomplished through the Board manager which appears on the ...


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I also experienced video tearing with Kubuntu 16.04 on my Intel i7-2600K Sandybridge processor with integrated Intel HD 3000 Graphics. SOLUTION A: Best solution Start K -> Settings -> System Settings Under Hardware section double-click Display and Monitor Choose Compositor on LHS and ensure: Enable compositor on startup: Checked # was enabled by ...


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You have upgraded to the latest LTS version of Ubuntu, and like many you have been having problems with Wi-Fi. You experienced loss of Wi-Fi on resuming from suspend. This was due to bug 1574347, bug 1311257 or some combination of the two. You found a workaround that worked. However when you switch networks you again lose Wi-Fi connectivity with ...


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To focus on your past experience, if autoremove is going to remove "more than you intended", it's only doing that because those packages are no longer depended upon. That happens when you accidentally remove something :) A common example from the good old days would be removing something Compiz-related. apt-get would show you a list of Compiz packages it ...


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Right click on the something.sh file and click to properties Then click on permissions and change all access to "read and write" Then click on "allow executing file as program" (if not selected!) Close the window. Open terminal at the location of file and write: ./filename.sh


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I know this will sound completely ridiculous but.... What I Tried Updating all the Linux Firmware drivers Tried to boot using a backup Kernel (4.2.x). Tried using two Mainline, upstream Kernels (4.6.x-wily and 4.4.10-Xenial). Tried blacklisting acer-wmi. Tried setting /etc/modprobe.d/iwlwifi.conf to add options iwlwifi 11n_disable=1. Tried also adding ...


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I have the same problem: My result: 03:00.0 Network controller [0280]: Qualcomm Atheros Device [168c:0042] (rev 30) Subsystem: Lite-On Communications Inc Device [11ad:0806] Kernel driver in use: ath10k_pci


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You have misconfigured or messedup with xorg while tweaking your system Solution: Try to enter with someother user Like Guest if, Yes then Logout guest and press Ctrl+Alt+F2 to enter your Terminal mode. Login with your user which has sudo powers Create a new user and add this user to sudo group sudo adduser username sudo adduser username sudo now ...


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Ubuntu 16.04 doesn't support the AMD Catalyst(fglrx) drivers anymore. As such, the system will try its best to use other drivers(like the Intel) to make it work. If you are okay with just browsing the Internet, typing and listening to music, that's okay. If you want to play games, unfortunately you won't be, since the drivers provided are just enough for ...


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UPDATE: I found the fix to this problem. For those who have a similar problem: access the terminal with Ctrl+Alt+T run: sudo nano /etc/modprobe.d/blacklist.conf add blacklist acer_wmi as a new line at the bottom of this file. then reboot after saving with ctrl+O and enter!. This blacklists acer_wmi, which seems to fix the issues I was having. ...


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It may help to examine the output of journalctl -u bluetooth.service I had problems with the bluetooth module in my Lenovo Thinkpad Yoga (running 15.10 -> 16.04) connecting to my Bose Soundlink Color speaker after waking from suspend, as well as some other problems like delayed and dropped audio. I picked up a usb bluetooth adapter that supported some more ...


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In your possible relevant issues, you mentioned: The integrated Intel graphics show up as Intel Bay Trail (which I know has had some problems with Linux in the past) Here's my personal experience. I have had a similar issue. It was an NVidia GT820M Card. I always had issue using the proprietary drivers from Nvidia What fixed it for me was using ...


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See https://bugzilla.kernel.org/show_bug.cgi?id=109051 The following eliminated the problem for me. Edit /etc/default/grub. Change the line GRUB_CMDLINE_LINUX_DEFAULT="quiet splash" to GRUB_CMDLINE_LINUX_DEFAULT="intel_idle.max_cstate=1 quiet splash" then do sudo update-grub and reboot.


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Intel ARK's list of Broadwell processors includes the E5-2630 v4. Furthermore it doesn't contain a graphics co-processor. This means that there should be no problem running it on Ubuntu 16.04. If you want to be sure try a Live DVD/USB.


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I was experiencing the same problem on an ASUS N56JN (also Intel chipset). This worked for me: http://www.cyberciti.biz/faq/debian-ubuntu-building-installing-a-custom-linux-kernel/ It basically explains how update the kernel to the latest version, goes step by step on how to download, compile and install the latest version of the Linux kernel (4.5).


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After two weeks of fiddling around and getting nowhere, I finally got the Nvidia card working with the NVidia drivers. The issue is that I originally tried to install the Nvidia drivers with the Ubuntu software installer (don't do this) which was originally happily using the Intel drivers. This didn't work, and several reboots later it has removed the Intel ...



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