On Thu, 29 Sep 2016 11:35:00 +0200, Lukas Rose wrote:
And the cases it didn't work out of the box were non-rolling-release Distros where most times a manual kernel upgrade to some more recent version fixed it.
Sometimes it requires a BIOS update. When my mobo was new, it could be used with Linux, but a few BIOS updates were needed, before Linux run stable.
Sometimes we simply don't notice that something doesn't work, because we simply don't use it, something like...
Suspend is not supported on this device
The hardware design of this device does not support suspend (S3). Suspend, therefore, does not work." - http://www.ubuntu.com/certification/hardware/201504-18282/
...won't be an issue for all users, but OTOH it likely is a very serious issue for other users.