Ubunu not working anymore
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(09-08-2016, 04:51 AM)CrazyBird Wrote: No news on that? Is the problem still there, @RaimundEge ?

I also had this problem and I just fixed it by plugin my fstabbed 64Gb Sandisk USB drive and external HDD. I'll remove them now from fstab if that's the root of the problem.
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#12
(09-30-2016, 04:15 PM)Peter McAllister Wrote: I also had this problem and I just fixed it by plugin my fstabbed 64Gb Sandisk USB drive and external HDD. I'll remove them now from fstab if that's the root of the problem.

Try adding "noauto" to your fstab file entries for those two drives. This *should* make it so that they are not automatically mounted at boot (or with a mount -a command... so you'll need to mount them specifying the device name, but won't have to specific mount point or any other options you have set). Using "nofail" instead may also work, but will probably halt startup for 90 seconds . "nobootwait" would have be the preferred option, but it appears to no be available in ubuntu 16.04 onwards.
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Running Ubuntu, it's all good except for bluetooth. Want to use a bt keyboard and mouse which work fine when I have the Android chip installed. I went to the BT manager app in the Ubuntu Control center. It fails and I get the popup saying the BT Daemon isn't started. Need two instructions, how to open a command window and command to start the daemon. Thanks guys.
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#14
i'd suggest installing synaptic package manager if it is not already installed because it can help you determine what, if any, bt related packages are installed and if any are already available in your repo list to be installed. you get a command window by opening a terminal window.
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(12-01-2016, 03:38 PM)mcrognale Wrote: Running Ubuntu, it's all good except for bluetooth. Want to use a bt keyboard and mouse which work fine when I have the Android chip installed. I went to the BT manager app in the Ubuntu Control center. It fails and I get the popup saying the BT Daemon isn't started. Need two instructions, how to open a command window and command to start the daemon. Thanks guys.

I wrote a howto on that a while ago, and auyfan seems to have been able to reduce the steps a bit.  You basically need to program the BT firmware into the module so it knows it is a BT module, and then enable it. Then things like he BT manager app *should* world.
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