Hope that's of some help to you though. We have a user that has two monitors connected. I know that others have reported a variety of issues, but things have definitely gotten better with newer systems and the firmware and driver updates that have arrived along the way. Given I couldn't have three external monitors on my old docking station, though, this is wonderful. Or maybe also some other hints. You may try to disable switchable graphics.
Do you have any idea to that issue? Minimally I'd suggest making sure it works on the Elitebooks via the live session. After a day of that demand, the notebook can also be charged via the port docks. Grub2 has command exit, which quit itself and then firmware continue booting. The main reason for choosing a Dell laptop is because of project sputnik and their fantastic linux support. Update The combination of Ubuntu 14.
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. I can't say I've hit what you are dealing with but I can see that would be super frustrating. Edit: Best part - no god damn drivers of firmware! But it's been flawless for me after the Citrix Receiver update. However, I want to be able to use it with the docking station I already have and use with my work laptop. Now recently I've been looking to treat myself a little and purchase a new workbook.
The sound out does not work I haven't tested microphone. By the end of it all I had lost all of my savings and I was in serious debt. I hope this information can help you. If anyone has any knowledge on the matter it would be greatly appreciated. Hello guys, I purchased a Dell Inspiron 16 5547 notebook or as better known commercially Dell Inspiron 15 5000 Series. I'm trying to update the Kernel to 3.
The speakers do not work through the docking station. Does anyone know if dell is working on this issue or is it DisplayLink which is solely responsible to fix this? Does Antergos support docking stations? Standalone everything works like a charm, but if I connect it with the docking station the displays will not work like they are meant to be. I do seem to be limited to 3 screens. My husband is not around anymore and I have an 8 year old son with learning difficulties. To ensure that it meets all the requirements of audio, docking station has a connection line-in and line-out. Can you find drivers for something like this somewhere? Thanks for pointing out that connector on the back.
Download the driver from Can not post a link take a look bellow for Link 1 2. However, the docking station does not work with Ubuntu 14. I had the user pop the laptop on another users docking station and got the same result. Code can be found on Any issues can be reported Additionally, feel free to message us if your non-spam! To apply for flair, please see. I don't think I would have hit all the version levels right or would have been as thorough. Does anybody have a solution to solve the problem? So after three hours of searching and trying I need help or have to switch back to Windows. Hibernate in text mode without started Xserver working fine.
If you use gnome, make sure to set thunderbolt security settings to User in bios and then goto the thunderbolt settings in gnome settings and authenticate. Thank you in advance for your answer : If possible, it would be interesting to test that in the shop before buying. This is quite bad as I paid a lot of money for this docking station just because it had multiple monitor support. Follow this guide to unpack everything and get it ready Can not post a link take a look bellow for Link 2 3. The last Link is to the Arch Wiki page which has pleny of information on getting DisplayLink devices working with Linux.
The Dell machine is running 12. Am I doing something wrong that 3 won't boot by default? Otherwse you may need to set security settings in bios to off or install boltd and authentica via cli. It was the laptop, others worked fine. Log in to hide this advertisement The problem is that I bought my new docking station for multiple monitors and it simply does not work. I really hope that others do not have to go through what I did, and I wish that I had realized before things were so bad that I was being scammed. Among different brands, they might never get fixes. A list of supported devices can be found.