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    [ubuntu] Re: Intel 7260 poor wifi speeds

    When you say connection speed, what are you talking about? Are you actually testing the speed or are you relying upon what the OS tells you what the speed is? Hint: The later one is generally...
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    [all variants] Re: drivers: system76 vs. ZAreason

    I would recommend ignoring rorschachwalter. He is an ex-System 76 customer that has an axe to grind with the brand and spends his time here sh*tting on everything of theirs. I'm on my third System...
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    Re: Gazelle Reviews Wanted

    I'm a Gazelle Pro 9 owner. The keyboard is pretty much fine. The power brick is pretty small, at least compared to the monster than comes with the Bonobo Extremes ;)
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    [SOLVED] Re: How much RAM is too much?

    I own a Gazelle Pro and I have 16 gigs of RAM. The primary reason was that I work with virtual machines and VMWare a great deal. 16 gigs of RAM on the host comes in handy when you have two virtual...
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    Re: Recommendations for Bluetooth keyboard

    I'd recommend you buy a Logitech wireless keyboard that doesn't use bluetooth. Why? Because wireless devices using Logitech's dongles and associated protocol work at a much lower level than...
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    [ubuntu] Re: gazelle professional review

    My experience with combo wireless/bluetooth cards has been decidedly mixed whether the OS is Windows or Linux. I find that on most of these cards, even if things are working great beforehand, once...
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    [ubuntu] Re: gazelle professional review

    For what it's worth - I feel that System 76 is probably a bit too aggressive in moving to new Intel processors and chipsets. The fact is that support for newer hardware lags in Linux, no matter how...
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    [ubuntu] Re: gazelle professional review

    Yes you'll have to remove two screws on the bottom of the laptop to remove the bottom panel. Then you'll need to gently disconnect the two antenna wires from the wireless card (which is a mini-PCIe...
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    [ubuntu] Re: gazelle professional review

    As a recent purchaser of the Gazelle Pro, I would like to provide my own review.

    For starters the matte screen on the unit I purchased is beautiful. The keyboard works pretty well despite a...
  10. Re: Gazzelle Professioanl + mSATA ssd overheating

    Not the answer I was hoping for - but it does make me feel better about ignoring the mSATA slot for storage. Thanks for the answer!
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    [SOLVED] Re: Screen blotches...

    Steven,

    Do your screen blotches resemble the screenshot at the bottom of this page?

    http://www.phoronix.com/scan.php?page=article&item=system76_gazelle_haswell&num=3

    If so, it may just be...
  12. Re: Gazzelle Professioanl + mSATA ssd overheating

    What kind of wireless nic do you guys have in your Gazelles? I've heard that the equivalent Sager models have a similar issue, but that it's mostly tied to the NIC as certain NICs can put off a lot...
  13. Re: Does the System76 Bonobo Extreme have/use UEFI

    I have a bonx6 (one revision back) and it uses a standard BIOS bootloader. No UEFI here.
  14. [ubuntu] Re: Bonobo Extreme WORST CLICKPAD EVER! I must be doing something wrong!

    Hmmmm... when I first got my bonx6 - I complained about the clickpad as well. It takes quite a bit of getting used to. Once I realized that actually clicking with it was a mistake (as sometimes the...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Bonobo extreme extremely expensive

    Ouch. That's a big increase. Makes me glad I got my 670 version while the getting was good. In any event I can't imagine that the extra money spent on the 680 is actually worth it for most people....
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    [ubuntu] Re: Ubuntu 13.04 Upgrade!

    If his wireless card is an Intel one, it's probably an issue with the Intel drivers. Intel's Linux drivers have had a few issues for awhile now, but about three months ago they got really bad. They...
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    Re: Please share your experiences with System76

    I've been very pleased with System 76 myself. I purchased a panp9 laptop in April of last year which has since become my wife's computer as I upgraded to a bonx6 in December of last year. From a...
  18. Resolution Scaling + Nvidia + Bonobo Extreme 6

    So,

    As a proud owner of the bonx6, I have had but one problem with it under Linux that until today I had no resolution for. I prefer to run my display at a resolution of something less than...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Setting Up Printer

    I'd recommend Brother myself. They provide deb packages for all of their printer drivers and most of those are included in Ubuntu's repositories already. In addition they don't screw you with...
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    [other] Re: Bonobo Hardware refresh cycle

    The current Bonobo came out in late November/early December so I would think you'd have at least six months to a year before they upgrade it. Intel's Haswell chips will be coming out in the next...
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    [other] Re: Bonobo Extreme (bonx6)

    I agree on both the length of the cord and the audio volume. As for the clicking - I'm still having issues with it and its getting quite frustrating. Turning off the "click" functionality of the...
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    [other] Re: Bonobo Extreme (bonx6)

    Abe,

    I found using the package for the driver in AUR to be a bit easier:

    https://aur.archlinux.org/packages/dkms-rts_bpp/

    :)
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    [other] Re: Bonobo Extreme (bonx6)

    So I've spent some time with the laptop and it's almost perfect except... this damn Clickpad. Sell a laptop with real mouse buttons next time please. This clickpad can't handle the stress put on it...
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    [other] Re: Bonobo Extreme (bonx6)

    So I've moved on from the resolution issue. The screen is more than large enough to make using 1920x1080 more than bearable so I'm cutting my losses. Ironically using the IncludeImplicitMetaModes...
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    [other] Re: Bonobo Extreme (bonx6)

    The only option it presents we with is 1920x1080. That behavior was the same on Ubuntu as it was on Arch Linux.
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