I just picked up a new HUGE laptop: Dell XPS m2010 Laptop specs TYPE Desktop replacement SCREEN SIZE 20 inches SCREEN RESOLUTION 1920 x 1600 CPU FAMILY Core2 Duo PROCESSOR SPEED 2.16 GHz SYSTEM RAM 4 GB VIDEO Radeon X1800 512RAM (dedicated card) MAXIMUM BATTERY LIFE Up to 4 hours DIMENSIONS 2.89 x 18.5 x 15.97 in WEIGHT 18.1 lb SCREEN 21 inch LCD Monitor Bluetooth Keyboard Folds up into a suitcase I decided to install Ubuntu 14.04 because my family will be using it. Everything installed fine as expected, but a few items are not working so far Speakers - No Sound Keyboard - No Input Video Drivers - Not available in Driver Manager After much research, there is a fix for the sound: Code: hda-verb /dev/snd/hwC0D0 0x1 set_gpio_data 5 hda-verb /dev/snd/hwC0D0 0x1 set_gpio_dir 5 hda-verb /dev/snd/hwC0D0 0x1 set_gpio_mask 5 But this only works until the system is restarted, then I have to run the code again. How can I make this code run at startup in Ubuntu? I have downloaded AMD's legacy drivers for this card, but hesitate to install them. I found this tutorial: http://www.ubuntulinuxguide.com/install-ubuntu-ati-drivers-fglrx/ But I have a history of screwing things up with video drivers in Linux. Specifically Fedora. The keyboard still doesn't work as its bluetooth. I checked the bluetooth in Settings and it shows nothing available. I can't find anything online about it either. The keyboard is awesome! Very sturdy, full number pad and has its own proprietary battery that charges from the computer. So no AA's to purchase. I've never messed with Bluetooth in Linux or even Windows.