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For sure, there is a safe way to hide an entry from rEFInd boot menu. I would suggest you to use "dont_scan_files" or "don't_scan_files" parameter in "refind.conf". To add the EFI file to hide in addition to the default ones, you may use the following: dont_scan_files + NameOfTheEFILoaderToHide.efi For more details about the configuration of rEFInd Boot ...
I had the same issue My fix: Rename the downloaded and unzipped folder to u1_downloader Create a directory called /Users/alecu/canonical chown the alecu directory: chown -R username:group /Users/alecu mv the u1_downloader to /Users/alecu/canonical cd into the u1_downloader directory execute the following commmand ./u1_downloader
Answered in comments by balloons As a work around, it may help to remove your xorg.conf file and try using the nouveau (OSS) drivers for the nvidia card and see if things work under that config.
From Ububtu 13.04 seems to be possible to use touchegg package There's one reference you can find interesting OS X-like multitouch gestures for Macbook Pro running Ubuntu about how to disable Unity default multitouch gestures and bring in OS X like touchpad gestures.
What do you mean by boot a Macbook Air? If you mean a bootable usb to put an ISO in, use the 'Startup Disk Creator' program. More info here: http://www.ubuntu.com/download/desktop/create-a-usb-stick-on-ubuntu
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