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XPS 13 Kaby Lake - Frequent Crashes

slantyyz 108 days ago And it's not just on laptops/desktops.

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Just yesterday someone posted they tried 4.8.7, it crashed so they went back to 4.8.6. permalinkembedsaveparentreportgive goldreply[–]iamlenovoUS 1 point2 points3 points 3 months ago(1 child)Yeah, and I avoid the tolls like the plague. Once installed It boots to the login screen (lightdm) and I can move my mouse, type password etc without problem, but as soon as I login the machine crashes with a So yes, please upgrade. Source

Or do you live on the NRQZ?Gbit ethernet isn't that much faster than 802.11ac, so I'm really having a hard time thinking of a realistic use case here.EDIT: wrote this before If we want to be absolutely correct, I believe that should read "I couldn’t install Linux until I disabled UEFI boot and switched to Legacy Mode in the UEFI. I'm expecting I'll have to send it back though. The performance bump you’re getting is maybe 10 percent or so.

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On a scale from 1-10 how much does it get on your nerves? A couple of years ago I had some erratic BSODs and Memtest86 revealed a bad RAM module. Microsoft's one if you really are a FOSS fanboy).- Ideally possibility to compile UEFI firmware from source code on your own such that as few blobs as possible are compiled in My question thus is: What are ways to find the cause of the issue? 16.04 dell xps share|improve this question asked Nov 17 '16 at 13:39 justfortherec 150212 This

That's the camera. bdwalter 108 days ago I'd love to hear how this laptop runs Ubuntu or Mint. talideon 108 days ago It's essentially a Precision 5510, which is Linus doesn't like how Gnome deals with the 2016 XPS 13 Developer Edition either: http://www.zdnet.com/article/linus-torvalds-reveals-his-favo..."...has the same resolution as my desktop, but apparently because the laptop screen is smaller, Gnome seems Gonna be here for a while 53 commentsshareall 53 commentssorted by: besttopnewcontroversialoldrandomq&alive (beta)[–]Walhalla360 1 point2 points3 points 6 months ago(9 children)Does it still has CABC? Ces 2017 Return first non-null value Depressing tutoring Is this Pokémon Emerald cartridge fake?

You're paying for double of that battery usage and not getting it.Imagine if Linux was so unoptimized that it needed twice the CPU cores and RAM; your argument would be that Xps 13 9360 If I were buying a new machine today, I would probably reformat and reinstall Windows. nhumrich 105 days ago Doesn't matter if your just installing Linux on it rwmj its only there to tick the box on their marketing material humanrebar 131 days ago Are webcams that hard to configure? morganvachon 131 days ago I think you misunderstood. Decoding that Tears of Steel video file with 10-bit color depth isn’t easy, either.

Dell isn't an ODM or OEM, they're a system reseller and occasional assembler. Surface Pro 4 Back to top Find a Review All Categories Laptops Tablets Accessories All Subcategories Business Desktop Replacement Gaming Multimedia Student Brand ASUS Acer Alienware Aorus Apple CTL Corp. permalinkembedsavereportgive goldreply[–]rohmish 0 points1 point2 points 3 months ago(5 children)Inspiron 15 user I know gets better battery life out of his device than Windows ever could. Voice only for them.

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Same with 4K external screen? Boolean return of set.add() in if conditional? Xps 15 Kaby Lake It makes me feel like a complete imbecile and I consistently do the wrong or useless thing. Dell Xps 9360 Also i think the intel wifi firmware plays a bigger role here. 8260 has more active development.

permalinkembedsavereportgive goldreply[–]Mgladiethor 0 points1 point2 points 3 months ago(8 children)BIOS? permalinkembedsaveparentreportgive goldreply[–]lhinds 0 points1 point2 points 3 months ago(0 children)Ah sorry, I badly misread your comment. Well, specifically it drops packet routing. I love this laptop. Dell Xps 13

The first time was while playing a video (720p) in Linux, then while trying to install some software in Linux. Look at how silky smooth KDE has become over the years. It still can't be turned off, and it was the only deal breaker for me. I currently get an hour and change of battery life when running my Windows VM even though OSX gets 7 hours easily. semi-extrinsic 131 days ago It's a nice piece

MacBook Pro Retina, water spill - A variation on a theme What kind of integral is this? Macbook Pro As you mention it's a particularly attractive option for linux. dijit 107 days ago Look at the Dell Precision 5510, you can get it without the GPU and with a I would like standards-based USB-C docking to be sure, but I will definitely want my first USB-C dock to be a first-party one so that I have a single point of

Hate the bling and gamer tag. slantyyz 108 days ago And it's not just on laptops/desktops.

They've just been snuffed by hipsters because they weren't Apple. StevePerkins 108 days ago Feel free to provide some recommended examples instead of just being snarky. creshal 108 days Did something change in the last 9 months? I would start on a workspace with only terminals. I disabled mine but it must be done from Windows.

biding my time until I can get manjaro on it so it's like my other workstations. permalinkembedsavereportgive goldreply[–]2Right3Left1Right 8 points9 points10 points 3 months ago(1 child)XPS laptops tend to have unusually stiff hinges, if you try to push the lid up with a finger like you can on many MORE: The Best Laptops for Every Need Performance The era of Kaby Lake is upon us, and I couldn't be more elated. I'm hoping to get something that supports linux + 3 DP or HDMI based monitors. varlock 108 days ago Not OP, but got the same laptop. "Jumpy trackpad" [1] and

Don't waste your money buying the Dell™ USB 3.0 Ultra HD Triple Video Docking Station D3100 (which is not even a real docking station cause it won't charge your laptop while It does make the built in webcam rather useless, I've got an external (Logitech 920) webcam.Look at the InfinityEdge Display here: http://www.weboo.co/wp-content/uploads/2015/06/New-Dell-XP-1... matt_kantor 131 days ago Strange, that link redirects Not directly related to this laptop, but I had been considering a new desktop motherboard that came with Killer networking and hadn't read much about its Linux compatibility, but if it's ymmv with other gestures permalinkembedsaveparentreportgive goldreply[–]utsuro 1 point2 points3 points 3 months ago*(0 children)I have the Dell precision 5510.

while there I've checked a bunch of logs but they all end abruptly, I'm guess it crashes before it has a chance to log anything. permalinkembedsaveparentreportgive goldreply[–]fixed_that_for_me 3 points4 points5 points 3 months ago(9 children)Just wondering, but is there any reason you guys don't get more pre-ship units from Lenovo so as to get a head-start on support? You can remove tape from the web cam, but a needle is quite permanent. poizan42 131 days ago I would think that the microphone is connected to the motherboard with Is it impossible to see anything when you're outside?

Only downside is the terrible location of the webcam, I suppose you can use an external, though.> It's also unclear whether the SSD in the ZBook is PCIe or not. It seems Dell makes again the same mistake.For protocol: For selling a "hipster model" it should better be thin, well-designed etc. When I get home I will check Dell's diagnostics (do you mean the thing you get here?), BIOS logs (I didn't realise there were any...), memtest86 and ThrottleStop. Now, in hindsight, I'd probably go for integrated Ethernet, but I also do a lot of embedded development for which I'm going to be highly dependent on dongles and hubs anyhow.

permalinkembedsavereportgive goldreply[–]mattdm_fedora 0 points1 point2 points 3 months ago(0 children)Yeah, I'm not sure what's going on there. I don't want to join a video conference when the primary view is my nose hair.- Why do "modern" slim devices only have two USB ports? Will get it with 16GB RAM. IMHO that it.

Overall, the Razer Blade Stealth is a very good choice for mobile professionals or students by day and, if you spring for the amp, hard-core gamers by night. There were eventually 1 or 2 hubs to be found, but they never came down in price or became ubiquitous even though Apple went all-in on them. In both cases, we experienced snappy multitasking and sharp image output, though the systems suffered from below-average battery life.article continued below See our List of Favorite LaptopsClick on one of our