During today's installfest we had a system with keyboard issues. The specific details were this: An ASUS laptop E200H, ubuntu 17.04 with gnome, and an encrypted hard drive. The system booted up to the screen where it requests the disk encryption password. At this point in time, the system did not allow the use of the laptop's keyboard. It did however recognize an external USB keyboard.
This is a handy tool if ever find you need a Lan and only have wifi and a laptop/Desktop with wifi
and work on most distros of linux
step 1. Connect to the wifi
step 2. Open Network Manager (Gnome) Click edit connections,
step 3. Click add, Ethernet should be viewed then create it and name it Wifi Tether
step 4. on the general tab uncheck automatically connect to this network when it is available
step 5. on the IPv4 Settings Tab, change Automatic (DHCP) to Shared to other computers
I have 10 Proxmox servers to maintain all are basically the same, AMD FX 8350 CPU and asus motherboards with several more servers coming soon. FX 8350's are known to run hot and stock coolers weak per web searches. AMD just released a new wraith Cooler to help this issue. Time to figure out if there is a issue and how to fix it if there is a problem.
Testing (this should work on any debian based system)
sudo apt-get install lm-sensors (a program to check system sensors including temp)
Paul Kairis, AKA pavlos, has been accepted as a Ubuntu member. He brings the total of Ubuntu members who are also AZLOCO members to 10. Ubuntu membership is granted to those individuals who have demonstrated a sustained and significant contribution to Ubuntu and/or the Ubuntu community. We wish to congratulate all three of our newly accepted Ubuntu members for their contributions and wish them success in all of their endeavors.
Two AZLOCO members, Walter Mack and Mark Thomas, have been accepted as Ubuntu members on 2 February 2017. Official Ubuntu Membership means recognition of significant and sustained contribution to Ubuntu or the Ubuntu community. Congratulations to both of them. They are well deserving of the honor which is not handed out lightly.
One of the requirements to become a Ubuntu member is to have signed the Code of Conduct. It may seem like a formidable task and it was for me. I was only able to accomplish the task on my third attempt. There are several web sites that purport to make the task easier. Two are from Ask Ubuntu.