Linux (debian) on cube i9

Linux (debian) on cube i9

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    Hi guys, I’m trying to disable the Windows capacitive button under Linux to prevent the annoying random ghost touches. I’ve tried to disable the touchscreen using xinput and disabling i2c_designware_platform and i2c_designware_core drivers, but I had no luck and the problem persists. I think that the button is managed by another driver but I don’t know how to find it. Any ideas?

    I have the exact same problem, has anyone got a solution?


    Jera Cravo
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    Hi everyone,

    Sorry to bring such an old thread, but maybe you can help me with this.

    My WiFi shows up on Elementary OS, but connection is really slow.
    I tried those commands below, but I have questions about the ones with the “#” before. What are they? They’re not Terminal commands, right?

    # apt-get install build-essential linux-headers
    clone in to the rtl8723bu repo:
    $ git clone
    $ cd rtl8723bu
    $ make
    # make install
    # modprobe 8723bu

    Any idea how to get the right drivers for the i9 on Elementary OS?

    Thank you in advance


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    Are you sure Realtek 8723bu is the correct wifi device?
    What shows if you run this in a terminal:
    $ usb-devices | grep -B1 Realtek

    To build:

    sudo apt-get install gcc build-essential linux-headers-generic linux-headers-$(uname -r)
    sudo apt-get install git
    git clone
    cd rtl8723bu
    sudo make install
    sudo modprobe -v 8723bu
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