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    [all variants] Re: ubuntu refuses to install on thinkpad X201

    No, visual effects don't work for me, which is a minor inconvenience. I guess we'll have to wait for a bug fix.
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    [all variants] Re: ubuntu refuses to install on thinkpad X201

    Yes, WPA AES encryption, which is required to achieve true 802.11n speeds on intel adapters.
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    [all variants] Re: ubuntu refuses to install on thinkpad X201

    Sorry, my X201 uses an Intel wireless card and I had no problems.
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    [all variants] Re: ubuntu refuses to install on thinkpad X201

    If you've successfully installed Ubuntu, then you will need to manually edit the boot command in the grub screen in order to boot into the OS before you can update grub. Alternatively, you could boot...
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    [all variants] Re: ubuntu refuses to install on thinkpad X201

    You don't have to hold shift when booting from the live cd. The boot options are specified within the live cd menu, not grub. Let the live cd main menu load (the list of options like 'repair existing...
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    [all variants] Re: ubuntu refuses to install on thinkpad X201

    I am using linux-image-2.6.32-21-generic 64bit.
    When the grub menu loads (you need to hold shift after the bios screen), I select my kernel image and press 'e' to edit the boot parameters. At the...
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    [SOLVED] Re: x201 black screen on bootup with 10.04 RC

    https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/linux/+bug/554569
    The suggestion in #8 worked for me with 10.04 RC on my X201.
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    [all variants] Re: ubuntu refuses to install on thinkpad X201

    I just figured out how to install 10.04 RC on my X201 yesterday. The key is inserting the options "xforcevesa i915.modeset=0" in the boot line for the installer and then the installed system itself....
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    [SOLVED] Re: dpkg: `ldconfig' not found on PATH.

    Your instructions have saved me, thank you.
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    [xubuntu] Re: How to change compose key in Jaunty?

    On Xubuntu Karmic, editing the XKBOPTIONS line in /etc/default/console-setup has no effect upon restarting X. But this command works immediately, but is impermanent:
    setxkbmap -option compose:lwin...
  11. [xubuntu] Bluetooth audio in Xubuntu 9.10 with ALSA only

    Xubuntu 9.10 ships with only ALSA installed and I would like to keep it that way. Unfortunately, I am having trouble getting my bluetooth speakers to work. I can connect to the bluetooth device with...
  12. [ubuntu] Re: Intel Wifilink 5300 always drops 802.11n connection

    Jorgerivera, I'm not sure our problems are the same, as mine manifests on both 2.4ghz and 5ghz networks. What software did you use to determine the optimum channel setting?

    I have some more...
  13. [ubuntu] Re: Intel Wifilink 5300 always drops 802.11n connection

    Sorry for the ridiculous typo, but I actually am running 9.10. Thanks for your help.
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    [ubuntu] Re: Does Ubuntu/Linux support 802.11n speeds?

    Thank you for your insightful reply. I've now determined that 802.11n speeds are indeed possible with my hardware under Ubuntu if I use AES encryption. But I have run into a new problem, which I...
  15. [ubuntu] Intel Wifilink 5300 always drops 802.11n connection

    Following poohstickz's advice from this thread, I enabled AES wireless security in my Netgear WNDR3700 router in order to achieve a 802.11n connection on my laptop with the Intel Wifilink 5300...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Does Ubuntu/Linux support 802.11n speeds?

    The router is configured to broadcast both A and N (and in the Netgear firmware I don't see an N-only option). My suspicion is that the linux driver might not be capable of connecting to N networks...
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    [ubuntu] Does Ubuntu/Linux support 802.11n speeds?

    Hello,
    I recently replaced my six year old 802.11abg router with a new 802.11n router, hoping to take advantage of the 802.11n-capable wireless adaptor in my new laptop. Unfortunately, my wireless...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Banshee not detecting iPod in Karmic 64-bit

    the temporary fix works for me as well. but more importantly, has someone filed a bug report about this?
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