Finally the best way to solve this problem is installing Nvidia Graphics driver and choose Intel Graphics device in Nvidia X Server Panel. After reboot, now I can shutdown and reboot my laptop normally.
This is a bug with DBus - see the answer I posted here.
Essentially DBus is preventing everything from starting up, so until that's fixed you need to rename the file causing issues:
sudo mv /etc/xdg/autostart/at-spi-dbus-bus.desktop /etc/xdg/autostart/at-spi-dbus-bus.disabled
I have found solution by myself. in case of someone has the same problem - windows dualboot uses a fastboot, so after boot into windows do not restart your computer , just shutdown it. after a boot through your eOS/ubuntu , make the following entries in your terminal:
sudo apt-get update && sudo apt-get upgrade
echo options snd-hda-intel model=auto |...
There is an Ubuntu hardware compatibility list (https://certification.ubuntu.com/desktop/) though no Asus machines are in the list. That doesn't mean they aren't compatible by any means. It just means they haven't been tested by Ubuntu (elementary OS's base).
Personally I've seen Dell machines work best with linux. I've never had any compatibility issues.
This was an issue with iio-sensor-proxy. Running "monitor-sensor" in terminal showed an incorrect orientation, so I knew the problem was with iio-sensor-proxy and not with Elementary OS.
Sudo all steps.
Navigate to /lib/udev/hwdb.d and open 60-sensor.hwdb with a text editor. Scroll down to where you start seeing entries that look like the ...
I did some digging for you, and couldn't find anything in the official Ubuntu Hardware Compatibility list. However, I own an Asus E403S which works fine with elementary OS - I know it's older than the one you're looking at, but it's similar.
Also, there is an Ubuntu Forums post here that shows that there are at least a few minor issues surrounding that ...
I had the issue when I installed Loki 0.4.1. (I was eagerly hoping for the SD card to be fixed) but I faced the same issue on my Asus E200HA
So reverted back to 0.4.0. this release doesn't have this issue (pressing a button on the on-board keyboard and going to sleep). Maybe this could help you as well?
The only things I didn't get working was the SD card ...
I'm also facing a similar problem, and after many searches, I found these links: https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/linux/+bug/1270676 and https://github.com/josch09/ampe_stor. This driver claims to support AU6601, AU6621 and AU6625. You can clone this driver and install it to see if it worked. Unfortunately, it does not work for my AU6625 card reader ...
You can create UEFI bootable USB drive (I'm use rufus) with elementary OS and boot from it. When you boot from USB with elementary you can install OS as usual and after it you will have two boot options in UEFI (also you can see LAN boot options if you enable it in BIOS):
Windows Boot manager
And you can choose main boot option and boot from it. If ...