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    [ubuntu] Re: Ubuntu on Asus Vivobook S200E

    I believe you'll need to go into the UEFI config utility, by pressing some key or key combination as the device powers on, and find something like "enable legacy boot" and turn it on. You should be...
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    [all variants] Re: Mute optical output

    Use the command:

    amixer set IEC958 off

    To make it permanent either add it to your rc.local or create a script and add it to your startup items.
  3. [ubuntu] Re: Toshiba A665 Laptop -- Illuminated Backlit Keyboard

    Well, that sucks. On my Qosmio X775 it works every time. Sorry it didn't work for you. Was worth a shot.
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    [ubuntu] Re: 11.04 on MBP6.2

    Actually 11.04 works pretty flawlessly and effortlessly on my MBP 6,2. The only thing to really be mindful of is fan control. You MUST install macfanctld or your laptop will slowly bake. And search...
  5. [ubuntu] Re: 11.04 on MBP 7,1:*two finger click-and-drag

    Search the forum here for the mtrack driver. To me, it brings the trackpad functionality in Ubuntu to just under the level of Snow Leopard but better than Lion.

    It lets you click with your thumb...
  6. [ubuntu] Re: Toshiba A665 Laptop -- Illuminated Backlit Keyboard

    That sucks.

    Mine is still working very reliably. As long as I hibernate Windows by closing the lid and then leave it hibernated I can reboot, suspend/resume, power off, do whatever I want with the...
  7. [ubuntu] Re: Toshiba A665 Laptop -- Illuminated Backlit Keyboard

    Another update. Just to see what would happen, I booted back into Windows, then rebooted and loaded Ubuntu. As expected, as soon as the kernel started loading the keyboard lighting shut off and...
  8. [ubuntu] Re: Toshiba A665 Laptop -- Illuminated Backlit Keyboard

    Here's what just happened. Well, first a little backstory. I've got a Macbook Pro that runs natty pretty much perfectly. I actually found myself MUCH preferring Ubuntu to Lion, but that's a whole...
  9. [ubuntu] Re: Toshiba A665 Laptop -- Illuminated Backlit Keyboard

    The suspense is killing me. I KNOW this is just a simple matter of flipping an ACPI switch somewhere, I've just been waiting impatiently for someone to figure out how and where.

    Any news?
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    [ubuntu] Re: Can't find installed applications

    Press ALT+F2 and a box will pop up. Type the name of the program you wish to run. This is case sensitive and you have to know the exact name, such as "google-chrome" for chrome.

    You might want to...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Macbook pro 6,2 Couple Questions

    I'm not sure what you're asking. Why would it show more than two cores on a dual core machine? There are no quad core Macbook Pros, only dual core with hyperthreading, meaning you have two physical...
  12. [all variants] Re: Bluetooth support for MacBookPro6,2 (and maybe other 2010 models)

    This fix is so trivial, I can't understand why it hasn't been done already. It's kind of sad.
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    [all variants] Re: Pommed and brightness control not working

    I am using the 0.24 module from my other post and a pommed and customized /etc/pommed.conf from here.
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    [all variants] Re: Pommed and brightness control not working

    I found that the newest mbp-nvidia-bl-dkms package broke backlight control for me, leaving me with two brightness options: 100% or off.

    I'm successfully using a pommed I built myself and the...
  15. [all variants] Re: HP Pavilion dv2-1010ea out of the box support (Ubuntu 9.10 Alpha)

    The lack of "time remaining" isn't just a Linux thing. It only gives the percentage in Vista, too.
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    Re: Unreal Tournament 2004 Problems

    I also have an i9300 and found that a couple of quick changes to xorg.conf hugely improve performance. First of all, make sure you are using 24-bit color and not 16 (this cleared up the stuttering...
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