DISCLAIMER: I have searched about this issue both on the web proper and here. To no avail.
- Hi, I have lubuntu 18.04. LTS installed and upgraded on my notebook system with: -Intel Atom N455 1.66 Ghz -2 GB RAm -250 GB HDD
- First install - fail - apci (acpi?) error.
- Suggested to do f6 np acpi choice.
- Choice done.
-Updates (sudo) done precisely as the OS suggested me to.
- NO TWEAKS, MEDDLING.
The device was: Not able shut down. I woud boot up beautifully. But always got stuck at shut down & required to long-ress. YES I tried “poweroff” command. NO I dont have ANY hibernate&sleep function on.
As much as I gather, this acpi thing is related to power settings, and was basically a half-as*ed effort by Windows and its design is already flawed.
When I try to reinstall lubuntu from a fresh rewritten usb, I get this error written perhaps 20 times on the screen:
ACPI ERROR: AE_NOT_FOUND. While resolving a named reference package element - LNKD (20190816/dspginit-440)
in addition 10 others only with variations on LNKA, LNKB, LNKC,LNKF,LNKG.
Last error says AE_ALREADY_EXISTS
I have been suggested to:
Update Bios ( I never did it, have no idea how it’s done why it’S done where its done)
New Install (Tried multiple times.)
Now I was able to upgrade my w7 which I wasnt using for ages to windows 10 it works and I hate windows with all my guts. Bloated & user-enemy etc etc telemetry ( you know this better than me)
To all the people who love lubuntu. I loved this distro, It gave me the smoothest exprience on my dino netbook, which I do not wish to throwaway, I am forcing myself to become a more ethical user. If it works, I wont consume. I dont liike consuming, I believe big tech are on purpose trying to force legacy machine users to abandon their working devices.
Please, anyone reading this, I searched everywhere, I have been suggested to BIOS update. Is this the correct way to go?
Do I need tweaks?
Ive read eveywhere people being able to run linux on atom netbooks.
I loved your distro because of its stability, ( IVe treid antix, solus, trisquel(my future plan with open hardware) I would like to use lubuntu for my main driver on my fast pc too. But i need to solve this netbook issue. PLease help me what do I need to do?
An aside question : I also gather that problems arises a lot during writing the insallation media on the drive. I did the instructions as ubuntu says it ( as also lubuntu.me advises and redirects) But is there any way, any special program, speficially for ubuntu that would guarantee the optimum writing of the iso? Thank you.