It has a 1280x800 touchscreen which worked flawlessly on Ubuntu live , and a dockable keyboard now that one boggles me. Then open a terminal in the folder and run the last 2 commands. After which the screen properly shuts off when the lid is closed, and it doesn't lock up anymore. Maybe because of this it didn't compile. Thanks for the advice Sahvla.
This quad-core processor has enough performance power for simple office and internet-related applications. Save the change and exit. Used Ubuntu's Onboard virtual keyboard on it - it's great, though I had to install it manually. I have Acer Aspire Switch 10E with Ubuntu 16. On the topic of wifi, I think I found something that might help us It has helped multiple people , but I haven't tried it yet as I need to backup Windows. You will see this noted in checkout.
The keyboard is good enough for home use, though it is not designed for people with large hands. If there's anyone who can point me in the right direction for a remedy I would be very grateful. Press the F12 key on the keyboard when the Acer logo appears on screen or just before that and after a moment you should be greeted with a boot menu, allowing you to choose whether to boot Windows from internal storage or Linux from a flash drive. That's it: less than 10 minutes from start to finish. In other words: The original capacity of 28.
The hardware in the Switch V 10 has been designed to run simple office and internet-related applications. Did anyone else hit this error and, fingers crossed, find a fix for it? For now, the onscreen keyboard works pretty well once it is properly installed. Time Zone Selection Image: J. ShippingPass Want to get your items fast without the pricey shipping fees? When you click Continue on this screen, the installation actually starts in the background. I tried live fedlet, but there was no audio.
Please look for the spots I mentioned. Do the following steps: 1. Tried with an Acer One 10 S1002. Safe and quit to reboot. If you wish to use the legacy boot media you have, see Acer's directions for that at. Whether you need a gift in a pinch or you're simply running low on household essentials, a ShippingPass subscription gets you the things you need without hurting your pocket. The Acer problem is just the opposite — the hardware is too new and deliberately blocks the installation.
I'm going to go through the whole full Ubuntu install now blowing away my little Lubuntu installation in the process. I know this is true because a friend of mine has the 39lb. The device never grew excessively warm. Then it's Windows forcing you to use Windows and Windows only. Thanks AndyLavr for your effort, I finally managed to run Ubuntu on my Aspire Switch 10, I wouldn't be able to do it otherwise.
I only jumped true and gave pointers, and yes it works for the Aspire Switch 10 E too. Hello everyone, I have recently bought an to do my terrain work, and would love to be able to run Linux on it. Acer has not provided the Switch with many ports. Don't forget it as you need to send the system to acer to remove it. Second, to see if anyone has any suggestions on what to try next, as far as sound is concerned. Hope this helps someone else who is struggling with the blackscreen issue of this tab. Thoughts on window managers Ubuntu's Unity window manager is widely unpopular.
Without keyboard, I am unable to install Arch on this machine, and I'm currently stuck with this error, which I'm not sure what to make of. For my sake, I find it works okay, but seems like a needless memory hog. It's just needed to setup the shortcut keys, and get the side-switch buttons working. I have went from Windows 8. It' good to have 2.
I've tried Fedora23 and 24 both. It does some kind of suspend, cause it puts the screen black. Watson The installation process took less than 10 minutes on this netbook, and the status bar at the bottom of the window kept me informed about what was being done. Which other step do I have to take that I'm missing?? You can now sit back and watch the propaganda slide show while the installation runs. Watson This is a list of the wireless networks that have been detected. I don't know if that happened with the other distros, because it never occurred to me to try.