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  1. #31
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    Re: Ubuntu on Asus T100HA

    Hi,
    I would like to install lubuntu 18.04 LTS 64 bit on this tablet. After several searches on the Web, I found that it still has some issues (wifi, camera, sound, bluetooth). Can you tell me what is the current status?
    Otherwise I have to install windows 10
    Thank you

  2. #32
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    Re: Ubuntu on Asus T100HA

    Hi,
    I found the answer https://drive.google.com/file/d/1VTz...ajN8c9AgR/view. It should work. I will report later.

  3. #33
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    Re: Ubuntu on Asus T100HA

    Is there a way to get the screen rotated permanent?
    For now I use the "xrandr -o left" command in startup application, but the problem is that if I put the laptop to sleep/close the lid and then put it on again, the screen is back to portrait mode.
    I then have to logout and login again to get it back to landscape.

    I tried editing /etc/gdm3/Init/Default but couldn't get it to work.


    Also, is anyone having success to get hibernation to work? It would be nice to have that because right now, if I close the lid and the laptop is suppose to be in sleep mode, battery still drains.

  4. #34
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    Re: Ubuntu on Asus T100HA

    Quote Originally Posted by erotavlas View Post
    Hi,
    I found the answer https://drive.google.com/file/d/1VTz...ajN8c9AgR/view. It should work. I will report later.
    Hi, I have a T100TAF and followed the guide you posted. I managed to install everything but can't get the sound to work! On the Google Drive link in the guide, the folder with the sound files for the T100TAF is empty. So I tried with the general sound files and didn't work, then tried with both solutions A and B in the troubleshooting section and nothing changed.

    I probably need the right files, but can't figure out which files and where... can you help?

    -- EDIT --

    FIXED by using the bytcr-rt5640 files at this link https://drive.google.com/drive/folde...mZtSHRYNDdqZzQ
    Audio files for other versions are also available at the same link.
    Last edited by boscarlu; January 13th, 2019 at 05:31 PM.

  5. #35
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    Re: Ubuntu on Asus T100HA

    If you have an Asus Transformer Mini T102HA let me save you some time and trouble: it has a 64 bit UEFI boot loader (not 32 bit EFI) and installs out of the box with Ubuntu 18.10 (64-bit) off a live USB created from Rufus with an iso written to the usb in GPT format. You don't need to do any of those weird UEFI 32 bit hacks.


    Nearly all of the hardware issues mentioned in these old T100 threads have been fixed. As of April 2019 there's still an issue with suspend/resume on lid close but UEFI boot loader, suspend/resume via the power menu, 5ghz wifi, touch screen, keyboard, and sound all work without tweaks.


    If you happen to be trying other efi loaders and get a black screen that sends you back to the Aptio bios firmware setup, it's likely you have a 32 bit efi that you're trying to load with a 64 bit only UEFI on the T102HA. This cost me hours of pain and was not obvious, since all the instructions lead you down the old jwells bootia32.efi (32 bit UEFI) workaround. Occam’s razor killed me. If you're looking for additional bootloader info, check out refind, jwells posts, and a post from AdamW about how UEFI works.

  6. #36
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    Re: Ubuntu on Asus T100HA

    I have the T-100TAF. I ultimately want to install Ubuntu 18.04 LTS to run a Pi-Hole Server (for network-wide adblocking) and Home Bridge (to use unsupported devices with Apple HomeKit). I've found this site: https://liliputing.com/2013/10/booti...book-t100.html and followed the tutorial to boot 13.04. I was able to get to GRUB, and when I chose "Try Ubuntu" I got this error:


    It currently has Windows 8.1 installed, and there's files I need to backup, but the files are locked when booted into Windows. I want to boot to Live CD so I can back them up, before wiping and installing Ubuntu. I initially tried booting to 18.04, but it wouldn't get to GRUB. I found the tutorial above, and figured if I can get that (or any older version) to work, I can upgrade to 18.04 LTS.

    Anyone have any insight as to why this won't boot, and detailed instructions to make it work? Please and thank you.

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