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Type the following commands in the terminal: sudo apt-get install build-essential linux-headers generic wget https://github.com/lwfinger/rtl8723au_bt/archive/troy.zip unzip troy.zip cd rtl8723au_bt-troy make sudo make install Reboot and see if it works as there might still be a second part to get it working. I thought the lwfinger wifi drivers needed to ...


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There are two projects on the subject of screen rotation: 1) rubo77's screen-rotate-sh on git, wich is a manual executed script that could be mapped to a key/ combination. It also "should" disable the touchpad with the xinput enable/deisable "$TouchpadDevice" code in the script. In my case it didn't so I changed the code slightly to execute synclient ...


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Since the modules are in the staging directory, they are probably early releases. I would try backports sudo apt-get install build-essential linux-headers-generic wget -N -t 5 -T 10 https://www.kernel.org/pub/linux/kernel/projects/backports/stable/v3.19-rc1/backports-3.19-rc1-1.tar.xz tar -xf backports-3.19-rc1-1.tar.xz cd ~/backports-3.19-rc1-1 make ...


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You need to reinstall Ubuntu, but without changing to Legacy mode in the BIOS. Ubuntu supports EFI perfectly. I'm pretty sure your problem is that the EFI version of Windows 8 was installed, while you installed the BIOS/Legacy version of Ubuntu. Try to boot into the legacy part of Windows when it is EFI won't work. You could also try this, in case you ...


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I have lenovo to, but i don use the flip mode. At screen options you can also turn your screen, but it also can automaticly, everything can with Linux, but sometimes is difficult to find the best solution. Maybe this can help>> Touchscreen Input Doesn't Rotate: Lenovo Yoga 13 / Yoga 2 Pro


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I personally had this issue solved with a driver update (on a laptop with mixed Intel / nVidia graphics; I updated both the Intel and the nVidia drivers). If this doesn't solve the problem for you or you can't update the drivers for any reason, the best I can give is a better workaround, i.e. once opened the lid to switch to a TTY with Ctrl+Alt+F1 and then ...



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