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Multiboot Linux on Infinity tf700 v0.8.3 (project closed)

19th February 2013, 09:50 AM |#331  
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Thanks Rabits. You're Da Man !
Still using 0.7. Waiting for faster internet connection to download 0.8.
Keep up the good work.

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19th February 2013, 09:54 AM |#332  
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Hey Guys check out the ubuntu page they are going to release a tablet version tomorow this might help the OP iron out our current version.

Yeah)) We waiting for release.
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Reboot does not work for me. I have tried to reboot several times without success...

So... Let's poweroff, wait 5 min and start it again. Also, try to boot into android and reboot into linux.
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Yeah)) We waiting for release.

So... Let's poweroff, wait 5 min and start it again. Also, try to boot into android and reboot into linux.

Thanks for the tips I have already tried them though without success (at least 10 times).


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19th February 2013, 10:34 AM |#334  
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Wifi is not working for me
The device is detected (2 devices actually), but it's not able to detect any networks. I have attached a dump of dmesg. Tried both with and without the docking.

I have the same problem. It says Network enabled and Wireless enabled. But above that there is a grayed out text that says something like "wlan0 s not ready"
19th February 2013, 11:20 AM |#335  
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Reboot does not work for me. I have tried to reboot several times without success...

then reinstall ... works for me and others...
19th February 2013, 02:19 PM |#336  
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Thanks for the work rabits! I'd like to ask something though; is this running on 1.8GHz? Or is it running at the "balanced" power setting? If so, will it run faster at 1.8GHz? And is there a way to program it to run at that speed?

EDIT: Also, is it possible to use a USB Stick on this? I tried using it but can't seem to access it.
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19th February 2013, 03:42 PM |#337  
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Can You please compile TF300 kernel for yours nice ubuntu install ?

Ubuntu working on the TF300 but can't back to android without reflashing kernel
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19th February 2013, 07:23 PM |#338  
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http://arstechnica.com/gadgets/2013/...-10-this-week/

"For now, let's talk a little more about what we know. Ubuntu for tablets will run on ARM chips (at least), supporting screen sizes from 6" to 20" and resolutions from 100 to 450 pixels per inch. Just like Ubuntu for phones, an Ubuntu tablet can be docked with a keyboard, mouse, and monitor to provide a full PC experience."


Mmmmmm, delicious...
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19th February 2013, 09:55 PM |#339  
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You can set the custom DPI in the font configuration (EDIT: I use 160).
Additionally I had to enlarge the icon sizes and the panel heights.

In KDE I also enlarged the mouse cursor & the window control buttons (minimize, maximize, close).

Dude where did you change the DPI? fonts are too small here.
Thanks in advance
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However, I can't for the life of me figure out how to make the AltGr special characters. Any friendly advice?


Go to layout --> options --> Key to choose 3rd level --> check right alt
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