Re: Pangolin Performance
We've seen a few issues with Unity and Intel Graphics. First, please try setting up Ubuntu to use both the built-in display and the external monitor. When you click apply, you'll probably get black bars on the top of the monitors. Go ahead and press Alt+F2, then run this command:
This will reload Unity, and it should remove those black bars. Now, go ahead and disable the built-in monitor, then hit Apply. You may get the black areas on the screen again, and if so, press Alt+F2 and run the "unity" command again. that should clear that up.
For two finger scroll, it may come disabled by default. You can enable it by hitting the Ubuntu key on the keyboard and typing "mouse". Click on the "Mouse" application, which will take you to the mouse configuration dialog. Now, open the "Touchpad" tab and change the scroll method from edge scrolling to two finger.
System76 Pangolin Performance - panp7
Intel Core i7-840QM (1.86 GHz) - 2GB DDR3 RAM
ATI Mobility Radeon 4570, 512MB GDDR2
320GB HDD @ 7200 RPM