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I own a Dell XPS 13, running Ubuntu 15.04. Touch does not work on chrome when I start it. However, if I just restart it, by opening a tab to chrome://restart for example, touch will start working!


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I have the same tablet, Winbook TW100, and could never install 15.04 from the USB drive although 15.04 did work when running from the USB drive. So I installed 14.10 and ran it for a week. Today I tried a new approach and changed the software sources to look for upgrades (newer versions of Ubuntu) It found 15.04 and I was able to upgrade from 14.10 to 15.04 ...


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It was caused by the KVM switch you used. The KVM switch does not support touch screen sharing which requires keep connecting the touch screen no matter it was switched off to other PC/systems. You can find a "DDM class" KVM switch which will keep the connection of sharing devices (specially for the HID devices - keyboard, mouse and touch screen ...


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Ubuntu 14.04.2 LTS installed on Dell inspiron 13 7000 series (7348). Here the results. It works almost everything. What does not work is: The touchpad, the first time I turned on the machine the trackpad worked more or less well: Left click OK, the two-finger scrolling OK, but the right-click did not work; from the second restart the trackpad does not ...


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Pretty weird but in my case (Samsung Series 7 ULTRA, Ubuntu 15.04, Chrome 43.0.2357.65 (64-bit)) it started working after removing --touch-devices=$ID parameter. It seems that chrome can autodetect touch devices now.


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I'm afraid your processor (CPU) is too weak at 1.8 GHz to play heavy games. But upgrades to a better graphics card (GPU) and a solid state drive (SSD) could help to make your laptop faster. The 64 bit version of Ubuntu also improves the performance a bit. However, I don't think you should go ahead with replacing your CPU. The hassle won't be worth it, and ...


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You say it had an AMD graphics card in it (and the product page confirms this) - did you take it out, or are you just mistakenly referring to it in a past-tense? If the AMD graphics card is stand-alone (which as I understand it, it is), there's no reason why you couldn't upgrade the graphics card... But due to the design (which offers limited space), you'll ...


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In my particular case the usbhid kernel module was not automatically loaded. I added it into the /etc/modules file to load it on boot and it works now.


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the wifi drivers (bt doesn't) are available and they must be compiled (so forget to "intall & go"), but it seems (i've understood into the nebulous galaxy of intel bay trail's obscure engineering) to have some problems with the kernel 3.18 of ubuntu 15.04 because on many different moatherboard can't enumerate correctly. The reason could be the nature ...



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