After a bit of tinkering I managed to get Elementary installed.This very helpful guide walked me through installing Freya on a UEFI based system using the rEFInd boot manager instead of GRUB2.
The DPI wasn't right after install, even though the resolution was set to 1920x1080. Running this command (mentioned in this Reddit post) fixed the problem:
As @Suici recommended, you should try to run it from the USB to see if your hardware is compatible (out-of-the-box, anyway). If you're unfamiliar with the procedure, when booting from the installation USB of elementary, you can choose to either install it right away, or try it. If you choose to try it, elementary will run full-blown operating system from the ...
I've not used the Snap version of Spotify, but I just installed the Flatpak version from Flathub and it works with scaling out of the box. That should be much easier than trying to manually edit config files!
To install Spotify from Flatpak:
Visit the Spotify page on Flathub
Click the Install button on the web page
Depending on your browser, Sideload may ...
the only option to get through it the first time would be with another basic USB keyboard.
If you get that far there has is the below workaround in 18.04 to get the on-screen keyboard to work.
I don't think so, Microsoft is not so open about their bootloader and drivers, so its already pretty hard to install anything but Windows, but there is an even bigger issue with your config.
You're using a non-pro surface 3, this means you're running an ARM processor, not an x64 processor. Elementary is, sadly, not available for this kind of processors.
I have Elementary 0.4.1 on my Surface Pro 3. Basic features all work well, and support has even been added for trackpad scrolling gestures.
I have had problems with the wifi dropping after a few minutes of use when using my university network; however, using my home network does not cause this problem. One other limitation is that the power button will ...