For those who don’t know, the Broadcom WiFi that comes with Dell XPS 13 is not supported by most current Linux distributions (kernel version < 4.4). Continue reading XPS 13: Replacing WiFi Adapter
I’ve recently bought a Dell XPS 13 9350.
I tried installing Fedora on it but the installer was not able to detect the SSD. I tried disabling UEFI and it worked. The problem was that as soon as I disabled it I was no longer able to boot into Windows 10. I tried different combinations and every change that resulted in Fedora installer seeing the drive, broke Windows 10 boot setup. I thought I would be able to enable UEFI after the setup and use Windows 10 whenever I needed it and decided to install Fedora.
Continue reading UEFI and GPT Mess with Windows 10 and Linux
Recently I bought a Samsung NP550P7C laptop. Today after all wait I decided to reinstall Windows on it. So I copied all the files on to my USB stick and tried to boot into the installation. When I went into BIOS I couldn’t find the USB stick in the boot list. After learning that the BIOS is Aptio I did some Google searches but found nothing. Continue reading Aptio BIOS USB Boot
After long searches I found a version of Fortinet SSL VPN Client for Linux that works well on my Ubuntu 12.04. The previous versions I found was causing the VPN connection to terminate in less than 30 seconds. This version (4.0.2254) is released in 2012 so it is pretty recent. Continue reading Fortinet SSL VPN Client for Linux