Turns out, modern hardware has a lot of firmware running, they are all over place. Windows 10 installs without any issues from this point. That seems to reset things and it works properly again. Sorry it's taken me a while to check-in after initially making the post. I can not use rotation but everything else is working wifi, sound, usb, Bluetooth and also graphic acceleration is not working.
This work is licensed under a. It does not work under Ubuntu 14. 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. Dell and the Dell logo are trademarks of Dell Inc. It worked out of the box: the laptop, plugged to the docking station, just works. Have you any tips on something to try? They both work together beautifully and everything seems to just work.
However, incase you have any issues screens don't turn on, etc. But besides that there are no real problems. I have a Dell latitude 5285 tablet connected to a Dell D6000 docking station which the ethernet cable is plugged into to provide a network connection that I need to deploy a Windows 10 Production image to. If I boot when docked, everything works fine. After some searching I came across this.
Energize your workload: Get more done, even faster with Dell ExpressCharge Boost — a feature that provides up to a 35% charge in just 20 minutes. It worked out very well for them. Update the deployment Share, create a bootable usb drive out of the iso image. Beware however that this refers only to parts which are obviously written by me and do not have any other information about licensing. It took about one hour, with a few reboot in between.
I decided to try to install Lubuntu and It works really pretty good. Thanks for contributing an answer to Ask Ubuntu! Yeah, I did that very same thing for a while. Dell Docking station enables portable computers to connect with other devices with little or no effort. Like atluxitv, I have not experienced any mouse freezing issues. Of course, everything works in Vista. Sometimes it gets stuck on the laptop panel when it should be using the external monitors. During everything I've tried, there is no change in how the operating system deploys or the error I receive.
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. It is a docking station for my Dell Latitude e6430. Select and boot the new kernel that was compiled e. Optimize your workspace Smooth and seamless: Work without disruptions utilizing a single firmware on our most manageable docks ever. However, since there were no other problems I would at least be confident in trying these. Next I uninstalled my DisplayLink driver, and then installed via the software from the above link. Still some teething issues lag, etc… , but I have all screens running now.
I really haven't bothered looking into it yet. Power your connections Power your day: Dell ExpressCharge allows you to charge up to 80% in one hour, making it the most efficient way to manage the workday. I use chromium with chromeTouch extension. I installed also Cairo Dock and it makes my tablet very useful now. Messing around with cables somewhat defeated the purpose of it. On my end, the 'i915' module support was added automatically.
I googled this problem and generally the suggestions involved invoking the following. I add the drivers in both folders on the deployment workbench. 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. Most regular users everyone here can bypass the nitty-gritty steps, and tailor it your own way. You can even enable the laptop panel as well for triple display if you want. I'm just not sure where to go from here. But again, this is a problem due to Linux, not due to the docking station.
Plus, with Dell Client Command Suite and Microsoft System Center Configuration Manager, you can quickly and easily update your firmware without rebooting your dock. For a general discussion about this laptop you can visit the. Contacting Dell, they were less than helpful. That's what motivated me to come-up with the solution above. .
And the other way around, if the external monitor is activated alone and the laptop is unplugged, the laptop screen stays blank and there is no way to bring it back. So basically everything works very well — however, there is one problem due to the shortcoming of Linux — or X to be more specific — itself: the external monitor is not detected and activated automatically. I would like to find a safer way and was hoping there might a mechanism where I could tell my system I was going to unplug and to gracefully take down the interfaces first. The monitors turned on momentarily after opening the lid. Hope this post comes in handy and you can update your Dell docking station driver to the latest version.