My logi mouse keeps jumping (working not smoothly)

I was working like everyday and i use logi mx master s2 mouse, it was perfect, i’m connecting it through bluetooth. today i rebooted my system to open windows, as my laptop has two different os on two different SSD, when i returned back to ubuntu i noticed that my mouse is not working as usual it keeps jumping. i opened windows and it’s working perfect. the problem is just in ubuntu, so i tried another bluetooth mouse and it works perfect. the problem only with my logi mx master s2 mouse, i have tried to remove all bluetooth files and reinstall bluez but i got same result, also i tried to update my system but i got no result. note that the mouse buttons are not laggy only the movement

Ubuntu 18.04.3 Keeps Going To Sleep After I Re-Open Laptop

So for a while I’ve wanted to switch over to Linux. I chose Ubuntu because I thought it would be really easy to transition from Windows. However, I’ve had a myriad of problems but the worst one is that if I close my laptop and then re-open it, sign in, after about 10 seconds the laptop just goes back to sleep. This continues until I restart my laptop. I’m new to Linux but am comfortable navigating the terminal a bit. Any help is appreciated thank you.

Ubuntu 18.04.3 Keeps Going To Sleep After I Re-Open Laptop

So for a while I’ve wanted to switch over to Linux. I chose Ubuntu because I thought it would be really easy to transition from Windows. However, I’ve had a myriad of problems but the worst one is that if I close my laptop and then re-open it, sign in, after about 10 seconds the laptop just goes back to sleep. This continues until I restart my laptop. I’m new to Linux but am comfortable navigating the terminal a bit. Any help is appreciated thank you.

Gnome Night Light keeps reseting after 5 seconds

Ok, this is driving me nuts (Gnome 3.32.1)

No matter how I configure Night Light (fixed or automatic hours), the display is always too blue. Whenever I go in the config of nightlight and change the color, it turns to my target value and without fail, back to the previous value. This resting blue value is definitely not the one I selected because even when I click to the left of my target value, the screen gets redder. Its almost as if Night Light is off, but it appears turned on.

I’ve even tried changing the value through dconf-editor and no joy.

Is there an automatic script that does something with the Night Light in the background every 5 seconds?

Thanks

Secondary HDD keeps spinning on regular intervals without any obvious reason

I’m using Ubuntu 19.04. I have it on a SSD drive but I have a secondary non-SSD HDD drive too. I’m not using that drive for anything at the moment yet sometimes it keeps spinning up and for long periods of time. Sometimes these sessions can only be ended by resetting the machine, because it gets unresponsive. Other times I can switch to tty3 for example and then switch back to gui, which makes the spinning cease and the PC works as expacted. Then after a while it may start spinning again, resulting in the same cycle as described before.

It does not happen to often actually, but recently it has started getting on my nerves, because I’m not using that secondary HDD for anything yet there is an exorbitant activity on it.

What can cause this? Any suggestions?