Kubuntu 18.04 Installation Keyboard Will Not Work

I’m attempting to load Kubuntu 18.304 onto an HP Envy x360-M6 (model #m6-aq103dx). I can boot to the install dvd with no problem. When the installation GUI screen appears, the built-in mouse and it’s keys work (i.e. left & right buttons). However, the keyboard is totally inop. No alphanumeric character can be typed.

I’ve attempted selecting “Try Kubuntu” so I could get to a screen where I could manually select a keyboard. The desktop environment comes up and I can get navigate to where I can select a keyboard type but that doesn’t help at all regardless of which version of “English” keyboard layouts I try.

If I backtrack and restore the orignal Windows-10 image, the keyboard works fine. Any words of wisdom??

Kubuntu 19.10 ISO

I have downloaded the Kubuntu 19.10 ISO file, then I attatched it to my Kubuntu virtual machine on VirtualBox and when I try to run the ISO file it gives me this error message: The configuration constructor in main failed due to a COM error. Check the release log of the VM for further details. (VERR_MAIN_CONFIG_CONSTRUCTOR_COM_ERROR).

Result Code: E_FAIL (0x80004005) Component: ConsoleWrap Interface: IConsole {872da645-4a9b-1727-bee2-5585105b9eed} why is VirtualBox giving me this error message and is there a way to fix this error? Please reply whenever you can, please and thank you.

CUDA 10.0 breaking Kubuntu 18.04 LTS

Hoping you can help me with something. I really like Kubuntu but when I install CUDA (10.0) and CuDNN (7.6.2), it breaks my installation of Kubuntu. By that, I mean I get a terminal error and then it reboots to a tty1 login screen. I can get to the GUI by running startx but then I can’t use my keyboard or mouse (both wired USB). I reinstalled Kubuntu and tried again but got the same result. For info, I used the Kubuntu GUI to install the nVidia driver (435, iirc). Has anyone else come across this issue and know how to make it work? In the meantime, I’ve resorted to using Ubuntu 18.04 and CUDA works fine on it.

EDIT: I modified the instructions from this tutorial to install CUDA, CuDNN https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vxjbL5iN1XY

Permanently add Custom resolution to Kubuntu 18.04

I am using kubuntu 18.04 and ultra wide monitor with 2560×1080 resolution but my OS doesn’t detect that resolution instead of stuck at 1980×1080.

I already tried this solution (Jacob Vlijm) answers, it worked,.

But the next time i logged in, my display back to 1980×2560 and my display name changed from HDMI-1 to HDMI-1-1. enter image description here

So i am asking about correct way to solve this problem.