I have heard that there are problems with Ubuntu on the Dell XPS 13 9343, however - I cannot even make the boot menu pop-up when booting from an installation pendrive (lastest Ubuntu, lastest Unetbootin).
When booting from a pendrive - all I can see is the Grub console. I tried to turn off some options in BIOS (Secure Boot AFAIR) but this changes absolutely nothing.
So here are my 3 questions:
- How can I configure the BIOS on my XPS to be able to install Ubuntu on it?
- Is this reasonable to install Ubuntu on this laptop, since there are so many problems (sound, touchpad, etc) with it?
- How is this - there is a "developer" edition of this laptop - with Ubuntu preinstalled, so I assume that Dell took care of the installation and configuration, and it should work fine, so why there are so many problems with a clean installation of Ubuntu on this computer having the "normal" version (not the developer one)?