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Did you find a solution? If yes, could you post it here?
Hmm, it's there under Ubuntu Trusty 14.04 under the settings for a wifi connection.
Or you can use network-manager to connect to the VPN automatically. Just look into the settings in the 'General' tab.
SanDisk SSDs are also whitelisted, see /sbin/fstrim-all, line 68.
The fstrim tool is part of the util-linux package. If you have an Intel or Samsung SSD, it's enabled by default.
Do you have gstreamer0.10-plugins-ugly installed? If not, install it and try again.
Try the attached script. You have to adjust the variables ROOT and TARGET.
# ROOT should be the...
If you see the error messages like
"Unable to mount SAMSUNG ANDROID"
"Unable to open MTP device '[usb:003,007]' "
This is because your screen is locked. Just unlock your screen and you should...
So using a search engine or the board search function is too difficult for you???
I wanted to write the same about BIOS 05CA, but I then read that AHCI doesn't work even if you enable it in the hidden BIOS menu. And as I don't own this netbook, I was uncertain to post it. That's...
A German computer magazine recompiled the kernel and enabled non-PAE, see http://www.heise.de/open/artikel/Ubuntu-12-04-4-fuer-alte-Rechner-2152983.html
Just install the linux-firmware-nonfree package. That should do the trick.
So, why would you disable EUI-64? From my point of view, it makes no sense, as the temporary...
You should install latest linux image 3.8.0-30.44, it has a fix for it. -> http://kernel.ubuntu.com/git?p=ubuntu/ubuntu-raring.git;a=commitdiff;h=16f333a2318a6c6ed5359fb1d6c880e4f93f1aaa
I can see the same behaviour with my Dell Vostro V131 since I upgrade to xorg-xserver-lts-raring and linux-generic-lts-raring.
Do you see a "BUG: soft lockup - cpu#0 stuck for ..." on resume?
Did you restart your PC or run "sudo service procps start"? I'm not quite sure regarding the service command, so a reboot is the better choice, I guess.
Did you try to set "net.ipv4.conf.default.rp_filter" to 0 in /etc/sysctl.d/10-network-security.conf?
This is a common issue with IPSec, see Launchpad bugreport.
This is fixed in latest NetworkManager (e.g. in Ubuntu 13.04). If you use 12.04, you could use my NM package where I backported the patches, see here.
I find it hard that you're not able to use a search engine. I gave you some hints, now it's up to you to find something appropriate.
Search for NetworkManager dispatcher script.
Experimental fingerprint reader support is available: http://article.gmane.org/gmane.linux.fprint/2241