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    [SOLVED] Re: 14.04 - Wifi/Bluetooth key not working

    Finally, I found a solution. Now, I can enable/disable Wi-fi with F12 key (Bluetooth must be enabled/disabled with the application)

    The solution is to add the option "acpi_osi=" to the grub.

    $...
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    [SOLVED] Re: 14.04 - Wifi/Bluetooth key not working

    The only option in BIOS for that is to alternate the Fn+FXX or FXX buttons. I have tried to change it to see the result, but nothing happens.

    If I use that command and I press the F12 key, nothing...
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    [SOLVED] 14.04 - Wifi/Bluetooth key not working

    Hello!!!

    Two weeks ago I bought a new laptop. The laptop model is HP Spectre 13 3003es. I installed Ubuntu 14.04 and all works really good. Performance is amazing and I'm very happy with the...
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    [SOLVED] Re: Automounting problem - WD 3TB My Book

    Hello!!!

    After waiting a few months for the new Ubuntu 14.04, the "problem" has been solved :)
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    [SOLVED] Automounting problem - WD 3TB My Book

    Hello everyone!!!

    Recently I purchased a 3TB Western Digital My Book. I have the same model but in 2TB version which works perfectly in Ubuntu, but it's full of multimedia content. The new one,...
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    Re: Student switching to Ubuntu

    Barsoom88

    In my case, LibreOffice offers all I need for university. Teachers and students use MS Office and LibreOffice without any problem either PC, Mac or Linux. Another option is to use GDrive...
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    Re: Samsung Smartwatch

    Sorry but if the battery life is really about 25 hours, I think that the Sony smartwatch or the next-gen smartwatches will be a better option.

    The smartwatch idea is to have a device which meets...
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    Re: Student switching to Ubuntu

    Hi!!! That's a very interesting thread in my opinion. I started using Ubuntu in 2006, seeing that Windows Vista would be a failure as a OS, and since then I have not had big problems.

    Yes, I can...
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