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    [SOLVED] Re: unity-2d-spread suddenly stopped working

    Recently just managed to solve the problem myself - the problems were caused by the nvidia-settings and nvidia-settings-updates packages, which probably interfered with the working of the Xorg driver...
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    [SOLVED] Re: unity-2d-spread suddenly stopped working

    BUMP! Sorry to bump my own thread, but this problem really has been irritating. Help would be appreciated :).
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    [SOLVED] unity-2d-spread suddenly stopped working

    Hello! I've installed Ubuntu 12.04 on a MacBook Pro 6,2. Initially the unity-2d-spread worked fine. However after some recent updates I found that when I click on the icon for a program of which...
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    [all variants] Re: Using Ubuntu GRUB to boot OS X

    BUMP! Sorry to bump my own thread, just hoping for some genius out there :)
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    [SOLVED] Re: Boot questions

    Amazing! Out of interest, how did you do it?
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    [SOLVED] Re: Boot questions

    1) The first icon probably indicates that GRUB has put its initial program loader in the EFI partition. I'm not sure how this might have happened though -perhaps you chose to install GRUB to the...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Macbook installation

    Hmm, this is puzzling, I'm sorry that that didn't help.

    Just out of curiosity, what happens when you select the Windows option in your boot menu (the one you get when you press alt on startup)? On...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Macbook installation

    In the rEFIt menu, you should be able to find an option that says 'start partitioning tool'. It's represented by one of the icons underneath the operating system icons (between start EFI shell and...
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    [ubuntu] Re: can't boot after changing to GPT

    Might be worth a try compiling it yourself? Boot into Ubuntu and then follow the instructions here:
    https://help.ubuntu.com/community/UEFIBooting
    Hopefully that helps.
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    [ubuntu] Re: Macbook installation

    You can run gptsync from rEFIt (it is the partitioning tool).
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    [ubuntu] Re: Macbook installation

    Have you run gptsync since you installed Ubuntu? If repartitioning occurred during the installation, then the MBR and GPT tables will fall out of sync, so you may not be able to boot into some...
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    [all variants] "Chainloading" grub-efi from grub-pc?

    I recently compiled grub for an efi platform and put it in the EFI partition of a MacBookPro 6,2. On this mac I have a triple boot system with Os X, Ubuntu and Windows. I was wondering whether I...
  13. [ubuntu] Re: Installing Ubuntu 12.04 on an Intel iMac (Early 2006, "white")

    Hello! I've just installed Ubuntu 12.04 in a triple boot system with OS X Snow Leopard and Windows 7. I've not personally had any problems, except in one case, with any applications or drivers...
  14. [ubuntu] Re: Installing Ubuntu 12.04 on an Intel iMac (Early 2006, "white")

    Hello! I've just installed Ubuntu 12.04 in a triple boot system with OS X Snow Leopard and Windows 7. I've not personally had any problems, except in one case, with any applications or drivers...
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    [all variants] Using Ubuntu GRUB to boot OS X

    Hello! I have recently set up a triple boot system on a MacBook Pro 6,2 with OS X Snow Leopard 62-bit, Windows 7 32-bit, and Ubuntu 12.04 64 bit. Currently I am using rEFIt to boot them via a...
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    [ubuntu] Using Ubuntu GRUB to boot OS X

    Hello! I have recently set up a triple boot system on a MacBook Pro 6,2 with OS X Snow Leopard 62-bit, Windows 7 32-bit, and Ubuntu 12.04 64 bit. Currently I am using rEFIt to boot them via a single...
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