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Case Ryan Talbot
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I bought a Samsung Series 9 and installed Ubuntu a couple weeks ago. I have not had a smooth experience.

Can anyone comment on what they did to get the touchpad working? I have attempted patched drivers from all over the Internet, but can't get the device to register as a trackpad instead of a PS2 mouse.

Also, I connected the Apple Magic Mouse, but the drivers do not seem to support multi-touch. Anyone had luck with that?
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+Peeyush Rai I have seen that but it was largely inaccurate for me. Things it said work OOTB do not. I have the np9003xe. 
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I have the same problem - my Samsung Series 9 trackpad is recognized as a mouse (PS/2 device) and nothing I have tried changes it so I can interact with the touchpad properties.  Given the large size of the trackpad on the Series 9, this is really frustrating because of extra palm taps that could be configured away.
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Windows, Mac, Linux, and mobile developer (not necessarily in that order). Geek, lover of elecronics, shiny things, books, and awesome.
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  • Western Washington University
    Computer Science, 2005 - 2009
  • Franklin W. Olin College of Engineering
    Computer Engineering, 2002 - 2005
  • Port Angeles High School
    1998 - 2002
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Finally, a place that has excellent Pad Thai. I've tried it at several other Thai restaurants, and the Vietnamese restaurant has the best flavor, and doesn't replace half the chicken in the chicken Pad Thai with tofu! I also enjoyed their vermicelli chicken dish (#40) that is usually referred to as Bun. The prices here are great, and I also enjoyed their taro flavored bubble tea.
Public - 11 months ago
reviewed 11 months ago
Delicious. The salmon sashimi and nigiri here are awesome. The sashimi is limited but the nigiri isn't. The orange chicken is pretty good, and the California rolls are yummy. Honestly, the only problem you'll have here is ordering more than you really ought to eat! The veggie tempura rolls are interesting; I think they probably would be excellent without the sauce though.
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
I've been passing this place up for the last three weeks in favor of more "normal" cuisine. What a mistake! This is delicious Korean Mexican fusion. I ordered the Galbi rice bowl and was pleasantly surprised by delicious sauces and cabbage and rice. Yum! Who would have thought cheese could work with BBQ beef?
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
I ordered the spicy chicken and it was pretty good. It was a bit too spicy, as happens sometimes (at no fault of theirs), so I added some of the table teriyaki sauce to bring the temperature down. Something was wrong with the bottle of sauce, as it was way too salty. Other than that, it was a pretty typical teriyaki joint, cheap, and not much for service, but that's what I was looking for.
Food: GoodDecor: GoodService: Good
Public - 2 years ago
reviewed 2 years ago
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I've ordered a couple dishes here so far and haven't been particularly impressed. The orange chicken was deep fried (not Thai-style) and the sauce was less than delicious. The Mongolian beef was cooked correctly (nice job on the onions) but the sauce had too much soy and not enough hoisin - it tasted salty. My friend had gyozas and those looked tasty though, so maybe I should keep trying.
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
Given the number of conveyor belt sushi places in the area, I would have expected more from the quality side here given their menu is more expensive than their competitors. They have a fairly large variety of items and most of the items they had were pretty good considering we came in during the off hours when there are just not that many dishes circulating. My brother ate the fresh raw tuna which didn't look very fresh, and I did not, and he got sick. In general I would not go back to Blue C Sushi because the cost to quality ratio isn't high enough. There are better options in the area.
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Food: GoodDecor: ExcellentService: Excellent
Public - 2 years ago
reviewed 2 years ago
I stayed at a number of hotels along 101 and this was one of the nicest for the price range we wanted to pay. All of the rooms here are suites and have a little kitchenette, with a couch, coffee table, and work area. The rooms on the 3rd floor with a view of the ocean are wonderful! In addition, we found the staff very friendly. The wifi here is dodgy, but that seems to be the case everywhere along 101. In addition, the cell signal for Evdo, 3G, and 4G is not very good. A working vacation here will likely be frustrating because of the internet situation, but it is possible to send and read email, and to stream a video if you are *very* patient. The beachfront in front of the hotel is fantastic. Be careful driving in the sand as cars do sometimes get stuck, but otherwise it's great fun. We avoided the restaurant due to other reviews, and other hotel tenants who went confirmed that was a good choice.
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Quality: Very GoodFacilities: Very GoodService: Very Good
Public - 2 years ago
reviewed 2 years ago