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I installed 13.10 by following this guide From this thread I learnt that I needed to execute: dmraid -E -r /dev/sda for the Ubuntu installer to see the disk partitions. Then I followed this guide to update the Linux kernel Thanks to these guides I now have an XPS 18 with Windows 8 / Ubuntu and dual boot and Ubuntu touch screen working :-)
The Linux Wacom folks are working on getting the new Intuos tablets to work right out of the box (the cth and ctl models). If you feel confident with patching, you can get your tablet to work early - read more on the Linux Wacom Mailing List.
Although that's not really an Ubuntu Q, and so has little room in AskUbuntu, I'll try... Seems to me that what you need to do is get the CD to another computer and create an ISO file from it. You can do that using MagicIso or any other program you find fit. Once you've done it you can bring that file to your computer and mount it, thus having your cd with ...
You have installed the Desktop version. As "Convergence" has not yet taken place the "Tablet"/Ubuntu touch interface is not yet merged with the desktop experience. You may be able to install it(in Ubuntu 13.10), but it is still something in development, and would not be a fully functional tablet experience, or fully integrated. More information about ...
Nope installing ubuntu has nothing to do with unlocking.. You have to either approach your SP or any commercial vendors online like http://www.theunlockarena.com/supported-phones/rs1wp7 who are engaged in unlocking service .Once unlocked you can access it with any carrier
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