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You can Install Pointing Devices which is a tool to configure the trackpad. Ubuntu Apps directory : https://apps.ubuntu.com/cat/applications/gpointing-device-settings/ You can also install it by running: sudo apt-get install gpointing-device-settings Application home page: https://wiki.gnome.org/GPointingDeviceSettings


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So the status of touch on laptops is that ubuntu ships with hardcoded gestures in 14.04. I'm going to dive into a possible solution (Building unity without the hardcoded gestures) and configuring Ginn or another package. I will report my results here. I've disabled the gestures described in this post: Disable unity gestures. But it requires to build ...


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Have you tried How do I get my Lenovo T61 to connect to a wireless network? ? After I did this, my connection is stable and 54Mb/s EPA


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That's a bug in the e1000e driver, it's discussed here: http://www.spinics.net/lists/netdev/msg276476.html Just for extended fun: The Thinkpad L440 has the same issue. 26 Mar 2014: A patch for this issue was submitted into our internal queue on Monday and is in review/testing. I'm pretty sure that using the latest driver from intel fixes your ...


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I can't imagine why sudo shutdown -h now wouldn't work? Probably not the answer you are looking for, but might give it a try.


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The certification tool gets this version from the following command: [ -d /sys/firmware/efi ] && cat /var/log/kern.log* | grep -m 1 -o --color=never 'EFI v.*' I have a T430S which also returns EFI v2.31 by Lenovo. The EFI version number that you see on the certification website (2.3.1, although that's often reported by software as 2.31) refers ...


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To those who still want to use all touch features of their convertibles, here is a script which works well on x220t. The script with which I started is given in the thread above. I just extended it to take values for the stylus in addition to the finger touch. Same approach copy-paste as for the finger, which solves the first issue of Yossi Gil. I also ...


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You could try to change synclient touchpadoff=0 to synclient touchpadon=1 and at right" styles rotate half and erase" rotate half. and it might work fine this way.


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Change the script to xrandr|grep " connected" |awk '{print $5}' as Charles suggested.


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Thanks for your response. I subsequently found the problem only seemed to happen when waking from suspend. Also the 'Trackpoint' seems to be part of the problem (the red pointer device in the middle of the keyboard. To cut a long story short I disabled the trackpoint in the BIOS and all seems well now! For those with a similar level of ignorance to me you ...


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You can try this sudo apt-add-repository ppa:jamesf/lenovofixes sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get install psmouse-suspend-modules


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This post on the RedHat bug tracker really helped me solve my problem. The basics are: Run sudo hcidump -at Then run bluetooth-wizard and select your keyboard Watch the output for Passcode: xxxxxxx Type that passcode into the keyboard and press Return.



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