After the upgrade, you will need to set the screen orientation to "Portrait Right"
Due to the touch being reset to horizontal, they cannot even type the password in on the screen, so they will be locked out until they connect a physical keyboard.
So before continuing they will need to connect a keyboard to the SST.
Step 1: Open the terminal by pressing ALT-CTRL-T to bring up the terminal console or right-clicking on the screen and selecting "Open Terminal"
Step 2: Once the terminal is open type "gnome-control-center"
Step 3: Navigate to "Devices"
Step 4: Navigate to "Displays"
Step 5: In the Displays settings you will need to change the following:
- Display Arrangement - Set to Single Display
- Orientation - Set to Portrait Right
After you have set the screen orientation to "Portrait Right", you will need to enable "Automatic Login"
Close the window and open Account Settings.
Step 1: Click on the user name SST, and then from the drop-down top right co options click on Account Settings.
Step 2: You will also need to make sure that Automatic Login is switched ON.
Once you have made the changes, you will need to reboot the SST.
If after you have rebooted the SST, chrome is only displayed on the top half of the screen and the ubuntu logo on the bottom half. as per the below example, you will need to follow the below step by step instructions:
Step 1: Press Alt + F4 on the keyboard.
Step 2: Select Open Terminal.
Step 3: Once the terminal is open type cd /opt/Cosoft/monilekiosk/
Step 4: Once you have typed the above press enter and you will see the following:
Step 5: Now type sudo nano chrome.sh and press enter:
Step 6: It will now bring up the below, use the down key on your keyboard to navigate to "google-chrome"
Step 7: Next to google-chrome leave a space and type --disable-gpu then leave a space before --kiosk.
It is very important that you do this exactly the same!
Step 6: Once you have done the above press Ctrl + X, then press enter to save and exit. Restart the SST and this should fix your problem.