After installing ubuntu-gnome-desktop, it seems to replace the touchpad synaptics drivers. Weird…
The touchpad works fine on gnome afterwards but on Unity, it acts as if the drivers aren’t installed.
I found this quick fix (took me an hour) on an Arch Linux forum post (I think).
Copy this file:
cp /usr/share/X11/xorg.conf.d/50-synaptics.conf /etc/X11/xorg.conf.d/50-synaptics.conf
If the directory doesn’t exist:
Reboot. Hope this saves you some time.
Mark Shuttleworth has announced in his blog post that Ubuntu’s next LTS release 18.04 will ship with the GNOME desktop environment.
Canonical will no longer be focusing their efforts on “convergence”, the Mir display manager or Unity. Instead they will focus more on IoT and the cloud where Ubuntu is already doing a great job.
This post includes tips and tricks to get you started with GNOME on a normal Ubuntu install. Continue reading
Good news for everyone who wished it was someone in the Linux world who pushed convertible tablets instead of Microsoft, because Ubuntu’s first tablet that can switch between being your full time work computer and your couch buddy is here.
BQ’s Aquaris M10 is a 10″ tablet computer that is capable of running desktop Linux apps.