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On some other computer connected to the internet, download these packages appropriate to your architecture; either 32- or 64-bit. Check: arch http://packages.ubuntu.com/utopic/bcmwl-kernel-source and also: http://packages.ubuntu.com/utopic/dkms Transfer them on a USB key or similar and drag and drop them to the desktop of the Ubuntu computer; install ...
You will need a friend with OSX/Mac They will need to download the Yosemite installer from the app store and make a bootable USB. You can then use that usb to boot on your mac and install OSX. This is a good guide I've used before to install OSX.
Here is the ubuntu's official document to prepare install Ubuntu on Mac. You have to install a different hybrid bootloader called "rEFIt" which is a boot menu and maintenance toolkit for EFI-based machines like the Intel Macs. You can use it to boot multiple operating systems easily, including triple-boot setups with Boot Camp. It also provides an easy way ...
This could be because both 10.10 (or 11.04 - not sure which it actually is via your question having both tags) are EOL (End Of Life). From that page: When an Ubuntu release reaches its “end of life” it receives no further maintenance updates, including critical security upgrades. thus explaining your lack of updates. You need to upgrade to a ...
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