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Connect via Mobile Broadband / Connect an External Monitor to your Laptop



Linux Ubuntu OS, FAQ, Ubuntu, Installation Guides
Ubuntu OS, Linux OS, FAQ, Linux Features, System Requirements


CONNECT Via MOBILE BROADBAND

Note:
Mobile Broadband refers to any kind of high speed Internet connection which is provided by an external device such as a 3G USB stick or mobile phone with built-in HSPA/UMTS/GPRS data connection. Some laptops have recently been produced with mobile broadband devices already inside them.

Most mobile broadband devices should be recognised automatically when you connect them to your computer. Ubuntu will prompt you to configure the device.


Instruction:

  1. The New Mobile Broadband Connection wizard will open automatically when you connect the device.

  2. Click Forward and enter your details, including the country where your Mobile Broadband device was issued,
    the network provider and type of connection (for example, Contract or pre-pay)

  3. Give your connection a name and click Apply.

  4. Your connection is now ready to use. To connect, click the network menu in the menu bar and select your new connection.

  5. To disconnect, click the network menu in the menu bar and click Disconnect.

If you are not prompted to configure the device when you connect it,
it may still be recognised by Ubuntu. In such cases you can add the connection manually.

Instruction:

  1. Click the network menu in the menu bar and select Edit Connections.

  2. Switch to the Mobile Broadband tab.

  3. Click Add.

  4. This should open the New Mobile Broadband Connection wizard. Enter your details as described above.

CONNECT AN EXTERNAL MONITOR TO YOUR LAPTOP

Note:
To set up an external monitor with your laptop, connect the monitor to your laptop.
system doesn't recognize it immediately, or you would like to adjust the settings:

SET UP AN EXTERNAL MONITOR

Instruction:

  1. To open the Displays Settings. Click the icon at the very right of the menu bar and select Displays.

  2. Click on the image of the monitor you would like to activate or deactivate, then switch it ON/OFF.

  3. By default, the launcher only shows on the primary monitor. To change which monitor is "primary", change the monitor in theLauncher Placement drop-down box. You could also drag the launcher in the preview to the monitor you want to set as the "primary" monitor.

    If you want the launcher to show on all monitors, change Launcher Placement to All Displays.

  4. To change the "position" of a monitor, click on it and drag it to the desired position.

    If you would like both monitors to display the same content, check the Mirror displays box.

  5. When you are happy with your settings, click Apply and then click Keep This Configuration

  6. To close the Displays Settings click on the (x) in the top corner.

STICKY EDGES

A typical problem with dual monitors is that it's easy for the mouse pointer to "slip" to the other monitor when you don't want it to.

Unity's Sticky Edges feature helps with that problem by requiring you to push a little bit harder to move the mouse pointer from one monitor to the other.

You can switch Sticky Edges off if you don't like this feature.

SET SCREEN BRIGHTNESS

you can change the brightness of your screen to save power or to make the screen more readable in bright light. You can also have the screen dim automatically when on battery power and have it turn off automatically when not in use.

SET THE BRIGHTNESS

Instruction:

  1. Click the icon at the very right of the menu bar and select System Settings.

  2. Select Brightness and Lock

  3. Adjust the Brightness slider to a comfortable value.

THE SCREEN LOCKS ITSELF TOO QUICKLY

Instruction:

  1. Click the icon at the very right of the menu bar and select System Settings.

  2. Click Brightness and Lock.

  3. Change the value in the Lock screen after drop-down list.
    If you don't ever want the screen to lock itself automatically, switch Lock off.