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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 ...


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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


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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.


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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.


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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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