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Your question is in fact two questions, that could be asked in two separate questions and answered separately. 1) How to setup a WiFi access point with an Ubuntu laptop? I suggest you read the answer by @Err Hunter in this link. Please note to this comment: You must read the second source link if you are using Ubuntu14.04. 2) How to share files between ...


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On Ubuntu Touch 15.04 r4 I was able to enable SSH following this elegant method using good old netcat. Now it is possible to reboot the device remotely with just ssh phablet@PHONEIP sudo reboot


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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).


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There is no Ubuntu touch for this device (that I could find). You should look at xubuntu as your CPU is weak, it comes with an on-screen keyboard, find it in Applications > Universal Access > Onboard Settings, so no worries there, on the log in screen you will see the accessibility icon ( a little man symbol) and can start the keyboard from there. ...


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I assume that you are facing this problem on firefox (xubuntu) so this is help for you further. 1.Run Firefox. 2.In the address bar, type about:config and hit Enter on your key. You will be shown a warning message and asked if you want to continue. Click I’ll be careful, I promise. 3.You need to type in mousewheel.with_meta.action in search ...


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Try to download the newest image from Ubuntu Next. (This should be Unity8) Then download and add bootia32.efi to .../EFI/boot/ on your install-USB-Stick to boot on that crappy 32-bit UEFI. This worked on my Pipo W1 Tablet, although touchscreen was not working and the wifi/blutooth driver also. Tried it on my desktop, worked but most apps crashed seconds ...



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