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thanks for the rapid reply. Unfortunately, when I try to use wget to download the driver, tho I connect to org.downloadcenter.samsumg.com, I see 'Connecting to downloadcenter.samsung.com (downloadcenter.samsung.com)|188.8.131.52|:80... connected', then I get a '403 Forbidden'. Any idea why that should be?
Try to use gigolo to mount the device. or You can try to use mtp type: fusermount -u /media/mtpdevice/ mount | grep mtpfs
FreeBSD is not Linux. If the laptop is crashing under both Linux and FreeBSD, then the problem is almost certainly not a software bug, since the code shared between the two kernels is negligible. Crashes under two OSes suggests that you've got bad hardware. This hypothesis is further strengthened by a Web search on "machine check exception," which turns up ...
Maybe a Dualboot configuration works for you. According to this (https://wiki.ubuntu.com/Touch/DualBootInstallation) guide you need to unlock your bootloader. I am not sure, how this affects your warranty. The statement quoted by @TrevorClarke talks only about removing the original OS (which should be kept when using a dual boot).
Open gnome-terminal via Ubuntu dash or via shortcut ctrl+alt+t and paste following commands: Download driver from Samsung site wget http://org.downloadcenter.samsung.com/downloadfile/ContentsFile.aspx?CDSite=UNI_LEVANT&CttFileID=5999976&CDCttType=DR&ModelType=N&ModelName=SL-M2020&VPath=DR/201503/20150311160833703/ULD_v1.00.35.tar.gz ...
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