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  1. Re: Macbook Pro Adjust Backlight and Brightness Defaults

    Will that work for the keyboard backlight too? And isn't there a way to control it with the GUI? Mac OS had no problem keeping my old settings when I logged in...
  2. Re: Macbook Pro Adjust Backlight and Brightness Defaults

    I believe MacBooks use EFI (or at least new ones do, and I have a new one) because EFI is used with the new Intel technology Apple started using in 2006. However, according to Wiki...
  3. Macbook Pro Adjust Backlight and Brightness Defaults

    I installed 12.04 on my Macbook Pro 8,2 and am having trouble finding a way to adjust the keyboard backlight and screen brightness defaults. On boot the welcome screen always shows both at full...
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    [SOLVED] Re: Wireless Networks (firmware missing)

    Coding is actually really easy. Everything these guys just did here is done through Terminal/Command Line/whatever you like to call it. You should be able to open it by pressing Ctrl+Alt+T or by...
  5. [SOLVED] Re: Broadcom wireless driver unclaimed on Macbook Pro

    Solved! Thanks for your help, but this post solved my problem:

    http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?p=12058947#post12058947

    Now...off to figuring out the rest of Ubuntu.
  6. [SOLVED] Re: Broadcom wireless driver unclaimed on Macbook Pro

    I think I already installed that, but just in case I tried it again with "sudo apt-get install firmware-b43-installer" and I got this:


    Reading package lists... Done
    Building dependency tree ...
  7. [SOLVED] Broadcom wireless driver unclaimed on Macbook Pro

    I'm new to Ubuntu and I'm running 12.04 LTS 64 bit which I downloaded recently to dual-boot with OS X Lion on my Macbook Pro (bought new in fall 2011). I'm having problems making the wireless work,...
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