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Some of the LEDs are hardware-only and there's no way to change their status programmatically. The ones which can be controlled can be accessed via the sysfs virtual filesystem at /sys/class/leds/. Whether a particular LED can be controlled programmatically or not depends on the particular hardware. For example, my desktop machine has a few LEDs but none ...


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I found a solution for my VN7-571G-56N0 Touchpad: ↳ SYN1B7F:00 06CB:2970 UNKNOWN My solution isn't nice but its a workaround. Obviously the Touchpad isn't detected by the driver. I don't have another explanation for such a bad configured driver. Step 1: Download enable-rightbutton.sh Step 2: Identify your touchpad ID using xinput Step 3: Activate the ...


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When you began running the Linux installation, did you choose to install Linux: over Windows, that is to say on the same partition that windows was on, or along side Windows, on a separate [new] partition? Assuming it was the former option, you will have lost your Windows XP partition if, as you say, the Linux install got halfway. This is because the ...


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It should work nicely, it have done so on my Latitude E6510. But just in case download the driver package from dell: http://www.dell.com/support/home/us/en/19/Drivers/DriversDetails?driverId=0WKFN Here on Ubuntu you can get a 12.04 image: http://www.ubuntu.com/certification/hardware/201304-13407/ Those downloads is just in case Murphy raises his ugly ...


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I achieve the similar goal by using acpi. use /usr/bin/acpi_listen to catch the acpi event you want, on my lapttop, the event that fire when switch to battery is "ac_adapter ACPI0003:00 00000080 00000000". so I create a new event : /etc/acpi/events/switch-to-battery, below is the content: event=ac_adapter ACPI0003:00 00000080 00000000 ...


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Most likely one of these situations is the case (In the example, HP 22" is my main screen) The screen is misaligned or in another position than you assume Open System settings > Screens: 1. the screen is misaligned 2. the screen is positioned differently from what you assume: on the left side.. ... or on top: Simply drag the window in another ...



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