(*10*)TLDR: I’ve a Lenovo Yoga 6 working Ubuntu 21.10, and the display auto-rotation into pill or “pyramid” mode does no longer paintings, despite the fact that it labored flawlessly in 20.04. How can I allow this below 21.10?
(*10*)Why I am working 21.10 vs 20.04:(*6*)The Yoga 6 shipped with WIndows 11, so naturally I upgraded to Ubuntu 20.04 LTS and the whole thing was once superior – excluding I did not understand that the pc will depend on proprietary wi-fi drivers which failed to paintings without delay out of the field, and none of my tried repair movements labored. In the end I attempted putting in 21.10 which picked up wi-fi with none factor. Superior! Now not even WIndows 10 – EVEN after putting in the authentic drivers from Lenovo’s site would get wi-fi up and working, however 21.10 may as neatly have by no means heard of the phrase proprietary – it simply (*11*)labored!!
(*10*)Some issues I attempted:(*6*)———————————–(*6*)Arch person on Reddit with identical issues, however I am not “Linux WIzard” sufficient to translate it from Arch terminal jargon to solving my drawback below Ubuntu:(*6*)https://www.reddit.com/r/gnome/comme…d_working_afte
This thread about turning this rotation OFF (I reversed the most obvious allow/disable to take a look at and allow it) which didn’t paintings for me:(*6*)(*2*)https://askubuntu.com/questions/1035…untu-18-04-lts
Every other person with a identical drawback, despite the fact that the answer given wasn’t useful for me as I do not see the activates they advised on lock display(*6*)(*1*)https://askubuntu.com/questions/1372…gnome-40-21-10(*6*)————————————–
(*10*)For now…(*6*)I have simply been manually rotating my show (Panorama flipped) once I pass pill / pyramid mode, however the keyboard remains lively and will more or less destroy the enjoy. Total this drawback is not MAJOR however it is mildly tense making an allowance for how neatly it labored below the LTS model of Ubuntu.
I have been a large fan of Linux and in particular Ubuntu for some time now, and whilst I would not imagine myself a Linux guru by means of any stretch of the creativeness, I am in most cases relaxed in a terminal and will normally google some drawback and both be passed a solution or arrive to an answer myself, however on this case I am stumped. If any person has a complete answer or a course to head in this, it could be very much preferred. (*6*)Thanks in your time!