I would just add also – the above driver installation also works fine on a ‘Live’ Ubuntu USB drive, so you can try it out there first before building a permanent Ubuntu USB drive. Of course everything is lost on rebooting the ‘Live’ drive as it uses a RAM drive for storage.
Sometimes it can be awkward getting a PC to boot from one of these ‘Live’ USB drives and in that case just press the ‘boot override’ option of your PC when the ‘BIOS’ logo message appears – on my ASUS system its the F8 key.
What a shame; that is why those who are causing the disruptions on campus are able to do the destruction they are inflicting. As an adult you need to learn to take control of your right to express yourself freely, to stand by your convictions, or to allow fascism to take hold. These “mobs” are denying others from the education they have paid dearly for by causing fear among the faculty and the rest of the student body. the colleges should be a place of free thought unhindered by the complaints of those seeking to limit the rights of others. T
he manner in which they have chosen express their unhappiness is not acceptable behavior in a civilized society.