--Procedure to dual boot with Elemantary OS on a Dell XPS Windows machine ――Building a general environment
A record for when you move for a while and set up again
sudo dmidecode --type system | egrep 'Manufacturer|Product' > Manufacturer: Dell Inc. > Product Name: XPS 13 7390
Installed Elementary OS
lsb_release -a > Distributor ID: elementary > Description: elementary OS 5.1 Hera > Release: 5.1 > Codename: hera
Ubuntu is the base (see wiki for correspondence table)
lsb_release -ua > Distributor ID: Ubuntu > Description: Ubuntu 18.04.3 LTS > Release: 18.04 > Codename: bionic
Allow space for ElementaryOS for dual boot Dual boot Windows 10 and Ubuntu on Dell XPS 13
.isofile from https://elementary.io/
After that, set the USB in the PC and install the OS
First of all
sudo apt update sudo apt dist-upgrade
As was the case with the test fly, there was a problem that it could not connect to the net without recognizing wifi.
Even if you fix it, you need to connect to the internet, so this time connect to the smartphone via USB and connect to the internet I also tried Bluetooth connection, but I misunderstood that it was a humble PC, "I am a speaker", and the popping sound of the smartphone echoed from the PC in vain (to be corrected at a later date)
If you don't have a connector in the same situation, I think it's a good idea to create an iso image modified in your environment and prepare an installation metia.
Corrected by referring to this post Unable to get wifi adapter working - clean 19.04 install - network unclaimed
sudo apt install fcitx-mozc im-config #Changed to use fcitx because the GUI menu is up. fcitx-configtool #Mozc and Keyboard-Add japanese, then select the hotkey so that you can input alphabetic characters with the right Alt and Japanese input with the left Alt.
System Settings > Keyboard > English(US) layout Changed Caps Lock behavior to Ctrl By the way, change the Windows key to call the application menu
Chrome [Official](https://www.google.com/chrome/?brand=CHBD&gclid=Cj0KCQiAmsrxBRDaARIsANyiD1qTwpeCtMbYHUDqBOgPWUBvdQzaMp8omp8xsmM7OF2aV3RD6JirGn0aArnHEALw I did the following because it did not start well
sudo apt install gdebi cd ~/Downloads gdebi google-chrome-stable_current_amd64.deb
--First, [see here](https://linuxize.com/post/how-to-add-apt-repository-in-ubuntu/#installing-add-apt-repository-add-apt-repository-command- Allow the ʻadd-apt-repository` command to be used for not-found-) --Expand dotfiles if you like
fish-shell I use fish shell so I can use fish (If you don't use fish normally, please try here)
Relaunch the terminal and check that the fish starts up and make sure that the login shell has not changed.
echo $SHELL > /bin/bash
docker Refer to the official Install ** * Note that $ (lsb_release -cs) ** is the version of ubuntu
"deb [arch=amd64] https://download.docker.com/linux/ubuntu
Change to $ (lsb_release-** u ** cs) and change to base ubuntu version It looks like this with fish
sudo add-apt-repository \ "deb [arch=amd64] https://download.docker.com/linux/ubuntu" \ (lsb_release -ucs) \ "stable"
Also install docker-compose at see official
sudo curl -L "https://github.com/docker/compose/releases/download/1.25.3/docker-compose-
(uname -s)-(uname -m)" -o /usr/local/bin/docker-compose
It looks like this with fish
sudo curl -L "https://github.com/docker/compose/releases/download/1.25.3/docker-compose-"\ (uname -s)-(uname -m) -o /usr/local/bin/docker-compose
Set to Refer here so that the docker command can be used without sudo. To do
fusuma I used to use a Macbook, so I introduced it to resemble the operation feeling of the touchpad. You can specify 3-finger or 4-finger gestures in yml format. I referred to this article
Fn + Esc, you can toggle the behavior when you press the F key alone and when you press the
I'm using byobu on the terminal, so it's annoying to press the "Fn" key every time I use the F key, so I'm toggled
--I used a Macbook Air (2018), but I prefer this keyboard ――I was worried about the touchpad, but it feels good. ――I'm glad I was able to go smoothly except around Wifi ――Since Elementary OS and fusuma have become Macbook-like, I wonder if there is so much anxiety about migrating to the Linux desktop environment.
Regarding the installation of the application, snap seemed to be good because the document and usage were easy to understand, but it seems that some desktop applications may start up slowly, so VS Code etc. Will try a little and then think about how to manage it
/ home partition
--Connect with iPhone via bluetooth so that you can connect to the Internet
--Investigation of problems that seem to consume a little faster battery
--Solving the problem that PC startup / shutdown may be slow