I’m running a fresh install Ubuntu Gnome 16.10 on my XPS 15 and I noticed that whenever I put the laptop in suspend I was unable to connect to my WiFi network upon resume.
Kodi is an open source piece of software designed to provide a media center experience for your video, music, pictures, and applications. It runs of many different platforms including Linux, MacOS, Windows, and Android.
I’ve been playing around with some linux live distributions recently but the main problem I had was the inability to have network support with the majority of them due to my WiFi broadcom chip not being supported out of the box.
I recently received a Dell XPS 15 (9550) as a replacement for an older XPS 15 which has some unresolved USB issues. At work I have been using Ubuntu as my workstation and I wanted to replicate this setup at home.