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If you would like to re-install Ubuntu on your Juno machine, follow these steps:

1. Create a USB Bootloader

Follow this tutorial from the Ubuntu website

2. Adding Juno Computers PPA (Ubuntu Only)

Once the installation is complete, launch Terminal from the Applications menu ( Super + t )

Copy & Paste:

(Some distros may require additional packages to be able to install PPA’s – Linux Mint, ElementaryOS, etc)

sudo apt install software-properties-common ca-certificates -y

Then add Juno’s PPA

sudo add-apt-repository ppa:junocomp/juno-apps
sudo apt update

3. Installing drivers through the Terminal

3.1 Ubuntu Drivers

sudo apt install juno-installer -y

Then launch the installer from terminal


3.2 Debian Drivers (ADVANCED USERS) (Tested on Sid only) – Do not add this to Ubuntu

Make sure you have non-free, non-free-firmware & contrib repo enabled first (Please do not contact Support on how to add this)

echo 'deb [trusted=yes] https://deb.junocomputers.com/ /' | sudo tee /etc/apt/sources.list.d/juno-debian.list
sudo apt update
sudo apt install juno-drivers -y 

Nvidia Models

sudo apt install juno-nvidia-drivers -y 

GNOME users need to install and enable appindicators extension for juno-fan-indicator.

sudo apt install gnome-shell-extension-appindicator -y



1. Open Disks (GNOME).

2. Choose/Click on the main physical hard drive in the left panel.

3. Click on the LUKS encrypted partition

4. Click on the edit icon (cogs, gear wheels) and choose “Change Paraphrase”.

Known Issues

Nvidia OnDemand

Known bugs
  • OS won’t boot – stuck at the booting spinning wheel
  • Laggy keyboard and mouse when plugging an external display and closing the laptop lid.
Please switch to Intel or Nvidia GPU instead.
sudo prime-select nvidia (or intel)

No Wifi Juno Tab 2

Open the terminal and paste
sudo sed -i -e '/GRUB_CMDLINE_LINUX_DEFAULT/d' /etc/default/grub
sudo sed -i '/\GRUB_DISTRIBUTOR/a GRUB_CMDLINE_LINUX_DEFAULT="quiet splash i8042.nopnp pcie_port_pm=off"' /etc/default/grub
sudo update-grub
Restart tablet and the wifi should work.

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