It worked out very well for them. Yesterday after reading your post i bought a dock and tried it out, most of the stuff worked out of the box, but after installing the driver now have 2 dell 27 inch displays hooked up, and working without any issues. I can hear music with my Bluetooth headset. I even added the driver as an application in the deployment workbench to deploy to the computer during the post install process, but still got the same error. The laptop came with Windows 10 Pro pre-installed.
Method 1: Download Dell docking station manually You can manually download the driver for your Dell docking station device from the Dell download center. But since the docking station was quite cheap I might open it to check if I can do anything about it. I just wanted to say that I am experiencing the same thing. Sometimes it gets stuck on the laptop panel when it should be using the external monitors. When I dock the laptop and boot it up, the external screen works at first. Method 3: Update Dell docking station driver via Device Manager You can also download the latest version of your Dell docking station driver from Device Manager, where you can view and manage hardware device and its software drivers. For a general discussion about this laptop you can visit the.
Bonus rewards on select purchases identified at dell. I also install debian testing but I still have the same problem is not detecting the wifi. The links I provided are to different forum posts and support pages with instructions on how to install the displaylink drivers on Ubuntu as well as how to port the drivers over to other distributions which has been done many times. So I got my Fedora 22 as I finally decided to switch from Fedora 20 been using it forever, found it kinda hard to detach The problem is that I bought my new docking station for multiple monitors and it simply does not work. I am now trying it for the first time with Linux Lite 3. DisplayLink also does all the driver development, and they have released a driver for Ubuntu 16. Try this one instead: takeitback86 wrote: ah I did this for my refresh image.
With the docking station attached by way of usb-c cable, I insert the usb flash drive into the only usb A port on the tablet itself. Still some teething issues lag, etc… , but I have all screens running now. Our support team would be happy to help you resolve this issue. After some searching I came across this. One thing: When trying to run make-kpkg it didn't let me use upper case characters in the variable --append-to-version, you might want to update that.
Oddly enough, I do have sporadic problems with stuck keys when using the laptop's on-board keyboard. Okay so I managed to install the displaylink drivers with the modified installation script and for about 5 minutes it sort of worked as I could detect monitors that were pluged into the docking station but I could not enable them so I decided to try to reinstall and after that it just would not work at all. Sorry it's taken me a while to check-in after initially making the post. Optimize your workspace Smooth and seamless: Work without disruptions utilizing a single firmware on our most manageable docks ever. Have you any tips on something to try? My system isn't completely happy with just yanking out the Thunderbolt cable and has occasionally hung when I've removed the dock; other times it has been fine.
I've installed the drivers from nVidia. Instructions on doing that are probably a little beyond the scope of the question or my reply here, but resources are available online that make this a bit easier. In that case something that worked for me was to switch to a text console ctrl-alt-f2 and wait a few seconds then switch back to X ctrl-alt-f1. Even though I can see the other monitor I can not enable it in system settings and I haven't got a clue why, could you help me out figure it out. Install those two kernel packages. Any promotional offer is limited-time and intended for qualified customers.
Dell and the Dell logo are trademarks of Dell Inc. It usually occurs when hitting two keys simeltaneously, or pressing keys rapidly. After installtion I tried to run systemctl start displaylink. Thank you so much for this writeup, it worked perfectly! I haven't found any Thunderbolt-related packages in the Ubuntu repos for my 15. Download the driver from Can not post a link take a look bellow for Link 1 2. I can work 5 hours before charging again.
However, since there were no other problems I would at least be confident in trying these. The best would be to test the external monitor without the docking station. I will appreciate any help as right now the dock is pretty much unusable. If the problem persists, ask at the ubuntu forums, they are very good. Quoted text, pictures and other content created by others is copyrighted by the corresponding authors. So I downloaded drivers for the docking station from this link.