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You need to reflash with the image from bq support site http://www.mibqyyo.com/en-download/ using the flash tools for Linux they provide. Similar to this process. ...


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For a particular mime types default handling application you'd want to look in /usr/share/applications/defaults.list This file contains the default applications for all handled mime types. If an application isn't configured to open a file at all (not only as the default application for that type of file), you'd need to look in its desktop entry in ...


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You should use the Terminal app. Navigate to your files, then type nano filename. This opens your file in the text editor nano and you can make your changes.


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Reinstalling may be an option, see https://developer.ubuntu.com/en/phone/devices/installing-ubuntu-for-devices/


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The command cal is not installed by default on Ubuntu Touch. Contrary to desktop Ubuntu you can not simply install it through apt-get. Your options are: wait for somebody to package it for Ubuntu Touch (unlikely, as this is not really a typical tablet/phone application) mount your system r/w and install with apt-get (DON'T DO THIS, it will likely break ...


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As far as I know the Bluetooth facility of the phablet is restricted to connecting just one single device. As a result, you can connect either a BT keyboard or else a BT mouse. Another viable BT solution would be to connect one of those fancy BT keyboards with an integrated touchpad which figures as a single device.


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Thanks to reply Vistaus. I need to update this thread. I got to run legacy apps using the Libertine emulador. It's preinstalled in Ubuntu Touch and it's responsable to run the preinstalled desktop apps LibreOffice, Gimp and Firefox. Libertine emulator is still experimental and maybe that's the reason it is not accessable by default but it is working ...


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You may give the app called "My Web Apps" by Matti Rinta-Nikkola a try. This app gives you an option to store 20 different bookmarks and allows to access them easily. The same developer has similar apps for other specialised topics: My News Apps, Google Apps, Wikimedia, Ubuntu Resources.


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The main resources I am aware of are the following: The Ubuntu Touch Wiki for general (mostly technical) information The Ubuntu Forums for discussion (especially the "Ubuntu Phone and Tablet" category) The Ubuntu Touch Google+ Community (with several active Canonical developers) And of course AskUbuntu with the ubuntu-touch, tablet, m10 and related labels ...


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With one of the scopes open, swipe up from the bottom of the screen. You'll see the list of scopes starting with the enabled ones. Click on the star on the right to toggle whether a scope shows or not. The sources contributing to each scope can also be changed with the settings button you found. If the source you're interested in is not available perhaps ...


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I have the same issue with my M10 tablet. I will post an update if I find a solution little update:there is already a bug filed on launchpad https://bugs.launchpad.net/libertine/+bug/1566487 hope this can help


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Find the right tool and instructions at bq's own site: http://www.mibqyyo.com/comunidad/discussion/75471/is-there-any-guidance-i-can-replace-the-ubuntu-with-android-for-m10-fhd/p1


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I had a similar problem with my Pavilion X360 so here is what I did for a work around to disable the keyboard and pad and to rotate my screen so I can use it as a tablet. This might work for you. First I created a icon. sudo vim /usr/share/applications/Keyboard-OFF.desktop [Desktop Entry] Type=Application Terminal=true Name=Tablet Mode ...


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To add users via the gui : go to the System Settings (the cog icon) -> User Accounts If you want to add users via the cli: sudo adduser USERNAME --ingroup phablet If you still have problems: check the permissions of the password file: ls -l /etc/passwd they should be -rw-r--r-- and belong to root:root you can fix this with chmod to change ...


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Yes, switching to desktop mode is possible and easy. However, installing Ubuntu Desktop Applications is not not easy. Gimp, Firefox and Libre Office are per-installed. Installing additional applications is more complicated. Firstly you need the application for the ARM CPU platform. Regular applications for Intel or AMD CPUs will not run on the tablet. ...


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If time is of the essence you can try building the branch of the Wacom driver which contains those updates which have not yet made it into a release: git clone http://git.code.sf.net/p/linuxwacom/input-wacom cd input-wacom git checkout -b 4.6jiri remotes/origin/jiri/for-4.6 ./autogen.sh make sudo make install sudo modprobe -r wacom sudo modprobe wacom ...


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I followed the steps on this website http://a25.co/ubuntu-phone-how-to-install-android/#fnref:3 that was already mentioned in the previous post and it worked for me. I flashed Android 5.1 on my M10 FHD Ubuntu Tablet. I found the Windows driver and flash tools on this http://www.mibqyyo.com/en-download/categorias/aquaris-m10-fhd-ubuntu-edition/ website for ...


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Added to the "swiping right" you can also find a TAB key within the terminal. You have to hold the layout icon (orange area on the bottom left here: Terminal on Ubuntu Touch) and select SCR. You'll get a selection of keys with tab amongst them.


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You can try updating your libwacom [1]. That may or may not be successful for a variety of reasons. If that does not work try using xsetwacom [2]. Note your buttons will most likely be numbered 1,9,8 and 3.[3] [1] http://linuxwacom.sourceforge.net/wiki/index.php/Libwacom [2] http://linuxwacom.sourceforge.net/wiki/index.php/Tablet_Configuration [3] ...


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Edit: It says in the manual (p47) in the footer that "some apps such as GIMP, LibreOffice and Xchat-Gnome are deigned to be used in convergent mode only". In other words they will require an external keyboard and/or mouse. https://it-bqcom15-media.s3.amazonaws.com/prod/resources/manual/Aquaris_M10_Ubuntu_Edition_Complete_User_Manual-1460548936.pdf I ...


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I think it's sufficient to tap on the terminal window to send a TAB.


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You can swipe to the right on the console area and that will tab-complete. I assume it's sending a tab character.


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I am used to vi as command editor but Tab-complete works fine for me in the on-screen keyboard. You have to switch to a different 'layout' as it is called in the keyboard/terminal settings. This is the white-on black ribbon above the keys and you can choose one with a TAB key by holding down the keypad symbol on the left side of the ribbbon and selecting ...



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