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I got the version with AMD A8 processor working with the kernel parameter acpi_osi="Linux". Now everything works, acpi, quad core cpu in virtualbox, correct power down.


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Possibly using a OTG usb adapter connecting a usb keyboard and a bootable usb flash drive you may be able to reinstall by tapping ESC key when first booting up. you will be able to see the bios settings that way, but the options are limited. Tampered with the settings a little, but dont want to try myself and screw it up.


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I have Ubuntu 14.14. This worked for me: Make a shell script to start Google Chrome browser called start-chrome.sh. I put mine in: /usr/local/bin/start-chrome.sh Add the following to the file: #!/bin/bash /usr/bin/google-chrome-stable --touch-devices=$(xinput list | grep Touchscreen | awk 'match(\$0, /id=/){print substr($0, RSTART+3, RLENGTH)}') ...


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If you are using lightdm: Edit /etc/lightdm/lightdm.conf by adding: xserver-command=X -bs -core -nocursor if you are using nodm: Edit /etc/default/nodm by replacing: NODM_X_OPTIONS='-nolisten tcp' with NODM_X_OPTIONS='-nolisten tcp -nocursor' This is building from Gibbs very helpful answer


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One option would be to have the xinput disable 9 command run automatically at every boot. You can do this with the Startup Applications app installed by default in Ubuntu. Open the app and click the Add button to add a new Startup program. Set the Name field as anything you like. (e.g. Disable Touchscreen) Set the Command field as xinput disable 9. The ...


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You need administrator privileges, in order to edit such files. Your first command should be sudo gedit /usr/share/X11/xorg.conf.d/10-evdev.conf and you will be prompted to enter the root password. Then carry on as you're suggested and you will be able to disable your touch screen.


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In order to use xinput-calibrator, you must first add the ppa. Open up a terminal by pressing and holding CTRL + ALT + T. At which point you will enter sudo add-apt-repository ppa:tias/xinput-calibrator-ppa sudo apt-get update At which point you can now sudo apt-get install xinput-calibrator.



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