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Look, Elementary OS doesn't support Wacom Devices in the System Settings, but if you download the Gnome-Control-Center Package you will be able to configure your Wacom Table as you would in any other Gnome distribution. Run this command to install Gnome-Control-Center: sudo apt-get install gnome-control-center Then you just run Gnome-Control-Center with ...


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you will must make some modifications in the system, look this link: AMDGPU-Pro on Juno to improve performance and compability


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I have the Matebook Pro X and had the same issue. In my case only two of the four speakers worked (bottom worked top didn't) after installing elementary OS and a few other distros. I was able to find information that allowed me to get get the top two speakers working and now it sounds great. If your top two speakers are not working this may apply to the ...


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Found a bunch of issues related to your wifi adapter and Ubuntu 18.04, but these two seem promising: Ubuntu not recognizing wifi device describes how to install the latest intel wifi drivers: sudo add-apt-repository ppa:canonical-hwe-team/backport-iwlwifi sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get install backport-iwlwifi-dkms WiFi Adapter Not Found: Ubuntu 18....


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The Intel graphics card (integrated in your CPU) is most likely enabled by default instead of the nvidia card. Even after installing the appropriate nvidia drivers, you'll have to tell the OS to switch to the more powerful card before using graphics intensive applications. So, after installing the nvidia driver (from the AppCenter or by using the sudo ...


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According to @dzierzak It had changed on my Elementary OS stock Kernel (4.15.X), I updated Flash by Google Chrome (chrome://components) and it works on all kernels now.


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