X1 Yoga Intel AMT OneLink+ Dock
Essentially, what you need to do is configure your touchpad so that the buttons are where you want them and so that it ignores any input for the purposes of cursor Instead, you will need to find a mini-DisplayPort to DisplayPort cord or adapter which will work. Any
of the values may be given as percentage of the touchpad width
or height, whichever applies. At the moment, I'm shrinking and expanding my font size using the built in hot keys in Emacs, Gnome Terminal, and Firefox/Iceweasel.
I am very excited for these projects but, for a number of reasons, these just weren't an option for the laptop I use for my research computing. If you reside in an EU member state besides UK, import VAT on this purchase is not recoverable. The first is the adaptive keyboard strip. Reply Fabrice Del Dongo says: May 21, 2014 at 01:57 This is interesting but I would really appreciate a longer review of the island keyboard.
The moment the laptop is closed, the dock seems to force a 70Hz signal to the monitor, so just garbled output. I'm curious if this bug is actually the bug that will fix it: https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/xserver-xorg-video-intel/+bug/1307623 Reply Leave a Reply Cancel reply Your email address will not be published. I assume they've been dealing with the local NZ suppliers. Join Now Cross posting I have gotten ZERO responses on this issue in the Intel group so maybe the Lenovo group is the way to go?https://community.spiceworks.com/topic/1865464-x1-yoga-intel-amt-onelink-dock?page=1#entry-6309504 Reply Subscribe IN THE COMMUNITY Show
I have been using the X1 Yoga problem free after having updated everything. Add to Cart Turn on 1-Click ordering for this browser Add to List Sorry, there was a problem. Were you able to make the scrolling with the trackpoint and the middle button work. Deals andShenanigans Yoyo.com A Happy PlaceTo Shop For Toys Zappos Shoes &Clothing Conditions of Use Privacy Notice Interest-Based Ads © 1996-2017, Amazon.com, Inc.
At other times the lid close/open action would solve the problems. Reply Ian Beardslee says: September 7, 2014 at 00:13 Sorry, missed your reply completely. Sorry to hear none of these helped you! I debated the screens for a long time before settled on the WQHD one.
If everything done right, your class should looks like: Section "InputClass" Identifier "Default clickpad buttons" MatchDriver "synaptics" Option "SoftButtonAreas" "70% 0 1 42% 36% 70% 1 42%" What Works and Doesn't The following stuff works the first time I booted into the GNOME 3 desktop and logged in: The WQHD 2560×1440 screen The touchscreen Both the TrackPoint and It is the new second-generation, type "20A7" laptop, based on Intel's Haswell microarchiteture with the adaptive keyboard. Once things mature a little bit, I think that this will be a great laptop for running GNU/Linux.
Frequent Connectivity Issues with LAN Ethernet portPublished 3 months ago by Amazon Customer5.0 out of 5 starsWorks great. http://grdotnet.org/x1-yoga/x1-yoga-with-intel-iris.html This is something that I will keep in mind in the future. Aren't you a social scientist? There is no Insert, Print Screen/SysRq, Scroll Lock, Pause/Break or NumLock.
Frequent Connectivity Issues with LAN EthernetVery poor product . As they left the building driving down the street at about 50 MPH the rear hatch opens on their SUV. Reply Julien Patriarca says: February 19, 2015 at 08:50 Regarding wifi, which download rates did you hit ? http://grdotnet.org/x1-yoga/x1-yoga-hangs-on-powerup-if-onelink-connected-fir.html In a way, taking a hit for buying a machine without Windows has some additional value as it should be being recorded in the supplier's sales sheets as a sale without
I have sound through the doc on both OS's. If GNOME does this, that's amazing! It works to try and extend the life of the battery, so if you want to truly test it, make sure that setting is disabled.
My Thinkpad x60 serves me perfectly for computer science. (Of course, its your prerogative to buy whatever hardware you see fit…) Reply Alan says: May 19, 2014 at 11:25 The "dd
My reason was better looking fonts because of the high res display. or its affiliates v Skip to content copyrighteous rebel with rather too many causes Installing GNU/Linux on a 2014 Lenovo Thinkpad X1 Carbon I recently bought a new Lenovo X1 Carbon. Instead of buttons, there are regions at the top of the touchpad which are configured, in software, to act like buttons. How has this taken so long?
Until I find a display system that can handle this kind of scaling effectively, this requires changing font size and zooming all the time. Reply Benjamin Mako Hill says: February 19, 2015 at 08:48 Apparently, Lenovo has released a new X1 Carbon. As a result, if you install the latest version kernel from Debian unstable (3.14.2-1 or later), the adaptive keyboard just works. Check This Out My sense is that the strip is more annoying in Windows because it changes out from under you all the time.
We recommend you purchase this item via Buy It Now. suckers" attitude from suppliers. My biggest issue is that the scaling for the high res Surface screen causes blurriness if I just plug in without signing out (known issue). Reply James McCoy says: May 27, 2014 at 22:00 Thanks for the post!
Back I agree 1 Reply Datil OP Lee Nov 7, 2016 at 8:00 UTC Intel's response Thanks for the information you sent, unfortunately Intel AMT does not support