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Try to share internet connection from phone via usb and still wait notification from AppCenter. I have some problem on my PC and when i connected in internet i got notification about driver for wi-fi device.


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Depends on what you're planning to do with your Windows virtual machine, because Windows normally can't see Linux (ext4-formatted) drives and work with them. So if you don't plan to heavily exchange files between elementary OS (or any other Linux-based virtual machine) and Windows VM, and keep all Windows user files inside Windows virtual disk, you can go ...


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I've had issues with battery life before, and every time it turned out to be a faulty install. Try reinstalling the OS and it should fix the issue. Elementary doesn't use any different drivers battery-wise than Ubuntu and if you have no problems on there, you shouldn't have any problems on elementary either.


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Everything works again! No need to reinstall! I pressed Ctrl+Alt+F1 to boot into tty1 and the $DISPLAY environment variable was empty. So redefined the DISPLAY variable using export DISPLAY=:0.0 and rebooted. That's it. P.S. IIRC, I may have uninstalled UXTerm before the running the update.


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After many researches I found what was happening. The settings (from thinkpad + br) was being interfered by an additional options added by another model (korean). How I solved: First, checking the layout info with: # setxkbmap -query rules: evdev model: thinkpad60 layout: br options: korean:ralt_rctrl,grp:shifts_toggle Second, setting ...


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It's likely a good sign that Ubuntu has certified the Lenovo w550s, and Lenovo's have alsways worked flawlessly for me (currently on a t450), but it's always a good idea to test a number your usual tasks from a live USB.


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You could try to (re)install the xserver-xorg-input-synaptics package. It helped me with a similiar problem (other touchpad brand, but yours should be also supported by the synaptic driver)


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