How will upgrading to newer Ubuntu releases work on Ubuntu tablets?
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: February 28, 2013
I've been looking at the Ubuntu tablets (http://www.ubuntu.com/devices/tablet) but I'm wondering how upgrading is going to work. I assume that the tablet will run a LTS support release, but nevertheless, when it comes times to upgrade to a newer version of Ubuntu, will it be as problematic as upgrading a desktop or laptop? When I used Ubuntu I normally just did a fresh install, but I don't know if that will be an (easy) option on a tablet, unless I could install it from USB.
LXer: Ubuntu 14.04 will power “first commercially available Ubuntu tablets”
location: linuxquestions.com - date: April 18, 2014
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Canonical today is releasing Ubuntu 14.04, a Long Term Support (LTS) edition for desktops and servers and an update to the versions of Ubuntu for phones and tablets.
Ubuntu tablets for my car stereo?...
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: January 7, 2011
Now that the touchscreen computer with wifi is no longer a huge expence. What is the chance that we see ubuntu OSes riding front and center in a car near you?
Imagine GPS and MP3 player on Steroids. How does downloading a new voice theme for your gps? Or listening to your FLAC music collection with scrolling lyrics? Yea kinda safety hazard. But what about making out to a desktop fire... awwwww... so romantic. But not while driving that would be really dangerous.
If it could be done well, what are the chances car stereo companies start selling a touch screen stereo with an Ubuntu OS pre-installed?
Well I hope I have got your noggen joggen. This could be awesome. I could see my self buying a Mr. T Voice theme from the Ubuntu Software Center for my GPS. "You missed your exit foo!"
LXer: Ubuntu vs Android Tablets, Smartphones: Canonical's Secret Weapon
location: linuxquestions.com - date: May 8, 2013
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Apple iOS and Google Android remain the dominant operating systems for smartphones and tablets. But alternatives like Canonical's Ubuntu and Firefox OS are hoping to disrupt the mobile market -- despite the stark reality that even Microsoft and Blackberry are having trouble gaining ground. So how do upstarts like Ubuntu hope to grab market share? Here's the answer.
HOW TO Add Support for KYE, UClogic, and Waltop Tablets in Ubuntu
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: March 25, 2012
Often rebranded as Aiptek, Genius, Monoprice, Princeton, or Trust tablets amongst other brands.
Last updated: June 2, 2012
Because of re-branding it is not always obvious what tablet you actually have. You can determine your tablet's OEM Vendor ID and Product ID by entering the following command in a terminal:
and looking for the tablet line in the output.
KYE Systems Vendor ID = 0458
UC-Logic Vendor ID = 5543
Waltop Vendor ID = 172F
The Product ID (essentially the model #) immediately follows the Vendor ID, separated from it by a colon.
DIGImend project mediawiki
[PATCH v2] HID: kye: Add support for 3 tablets
Ubuntu Community Documentation KernelCompile
genius mousepen tablet i608 pen does not draw post #45
HOW TO set up a Waltop tablet in Lucid & Maverick & Natty & Oneiric
The UC-Logic and new KYE tablets are intended to use their HID kernel drivers and evdev as the X driver starting with
LXer: Mark Shuttleworth: Serious people are saying Ubuntu is better than Windows 8 on tablets
location: linuxquestions.com - date: March 1, 2013
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The Ubuntu OS on smartphones and tablets has been grabbing headlines and gaining support quickly since the plans were formally unveiled at the beginning of 2013. ZDNet met the man behind Ubuntu to see what he had to say about the project.
Ubuntu for Android Tablets
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: September 5, 2013
My entire network for the last 5yrs has ran successfully on Ubuntu desktop and server. A family member purchased the T-711 tablet and gave it to my wife. She love Ubuntu!!!!!!! Is there a version that will run on an andriod tablet?
Italian company starts selling Android/Ubuntu dualboot tablets
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: January 16, 2013
More here: http://www.androidauthority.com/andr...s-e309-147513/
will be available in Wi-Fi and 3G options and has some interesting features:
10.1-inch IPS display with 1920 x 1200 resolution1.4GHz quad-core Samsung Exynos 4412 processor with Mali-400MP graphics2GB of RAM32GB of memorymicroSD slot2-megapixel camerafront-facing VGA cameraWi-Fi 802.11 b/g/nBluetooth 4.0mini USB 2.0HDMIweight: 539g5400mAh batteryAndroid 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich and Ubuntu 12.04 for ARM
I've also heard that it will sell seperately with a dock, at which point it realises the dream of a dockable mobile device running Ubuntu, which can transform into a full desktop computer.
Two questions about Ubuntu for Tablets.
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: February 20, 2013
How soon with we be able to buy a Nexus 7 with Ubuntu pre-installed? Will the tablet UI be an option for the x86 version of Ubuntu? This would be very useful for people who have older x86 tablets, like those manufactured by Fujitsu.
Ubuntu for Tablets.
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: March 19, 2013
First off,I'm sorry if this is posted in the wrong place?...wasn't sure where to post.
Anyway,Was wondering about Ubuntu Tablet.
Will it work on any tablet?When is it actually out to download?
The tablet i have now is a Hannspree Hannspad (HSG1164),which currently has
Android Version 3.0.1
Kernel Version 18.104.22.168-cyanogenmod
Build Number - 10.1
But its problem some,Alot of things are broke in this version..
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