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You will need to follow these instructions to install this software and create a bootable USB stick so that you can use that to start and install Ubuntu on your other computer: How to create a bootable USB stick on Windows You can get the ISO which you will need to install on the USB stick from here: Download Ubuntu Desktop Then you will need to insert ...


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Since the first method is using Network Manager, and the Network Manager command-line interface (nmcli) doesn't support it, no.


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I suggest that you download the DKMS package* and all dependencies that you don't have on a computer with a working internet connection. Then, simply put it on a USB drive and plug it into your PC. Run sudo dpkg -i /path/to/file/dkms_2.2.0.3-1.1ubuntu5_all.deb and enjoy the WiFi. Alternatively, plug your Mac into an Ethernet port and download the ...


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The package you installed has unresolved dependencies. Run apt-get install -f to install them and configure the bcmwl-kernel-source package. This would be the most simple course of action, but unfortunately you need a working internet connection, so this is only possible, if you can establish a temporary wired internet connection through some way.


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It's not deleted, just moved: http://cdimage.ubuntu.com/releases/14.04/release/ Alternatively, you can click on the Alternative Downloads link, pick a mirror from the Other Images section.


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You have to install Cairo Dock for this. sudo apt-get install cairo-dock After installing start Cairo from Dash. You will have a dock like in Mac OS at the bottom. Go to its configuration menu by right clicking on the dock and going to Configure. There you can move the dock from bottom to right. Then here it what you get: And of course you can ...


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The answer to the solution is: sudo service network-manager stop sudo ifconfig wlan0 down sudo macchanger -m XX:XX:XX:XX:XX:XX wlan0 sudo ifconfig wlan0 up sudo network-manager start The macchanger line can be replaced with whatever macchanger command you need. or with sudo ifconfig wlan0 hw ether XX:XX:XX:XX:XX:XX


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I don't know how ssh exactly operates, but your script is written in a way that it will wait until the ssh command finally terminates. Then will it continue and run your last line (osascript...). To avoid waiting for ssh to return, write a & at the end of the ssh line. It will have the interpreter to continue executing the next command in a parallel ...


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Your last command, osascript -e ' tell app "System Events" to display "Hello world"' will be executed only if you exit the remote ssh terminal. In this way you can not achieve what you are trying to do. Hopefully there is expect script. You can work with the following script, #!/bin/sh expect <<'END' set timeout 10 set login "your_username" set ...


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The +mac installers are for 64-bit only, since they deal with a problem with UEFI (only 64-bit supports UEFI now). So, there is no separate image for 32-bit. They still exist for 64-bit systems, and be located at an appropriate folder in http://cdimages.ubuntu.com, depending on the flavour. Right now, it seems only Lubuntu and the main Ubuntu images have ...


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@Burak I also had considerable difficulty getting ubuntu to install for different reasons (first of which I am running OS X 10.7, Lion), however I did succeed in getting the amd64 image to install 'alongside'. There are a few things that are inconsistent with your post. First thing, is rEFIt is the older (non-supported EFI loader). You need to use rEFInd ...


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If you wish to change mac address the simplest wey is to use command sudo ifconfig wlan0 down sudo ifconfig wlan0 hw ether xx:xx:xx:xx:xx:xx sudo ifconfig wlan0 up xx:xx:xx:xx:xx:xx - represent "new" mac address



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