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When your Mac boots up, hold down the Option key. This will enter the Mac's BIOS boot menu and you can choose your Macintosh HD from here. EDIT: Try this instead: Open a terminal in Ubuntu and run sudo update-grub. Hopefully, this will add Mac OS to your GRUB menu and you'll be able to boot. If it doesn't, you most liekly chose to erase your disk and ...
I don't think that preload is doing much good, because your laptop is 8 years old and therefore it probably doesn't have enough RAM for preload to make much difference. In fact, preload may be slowing your laptop down by using RAM that should be used for the web browser and other applications. In my opinion there isn't much benefit in installing preload ...
For 14.10 there will never be the ability to have locally integrated menus always visible - at least, not without you hacking Unity code yourself. 15.04 included this ability to always switch on. 14.04 (since this being the LTS version), had this ability backported. Thus you have three choices: stick to 14.10 for the period of its support. Move on up ...
15.04 now has the ability to toggle the global menu as well as the local integrated menus (Via System Settings - Appearance - Behaviour tab) to be permanently on or off. If you are running a fully up-to-date version of 14.04, this same ability has been backported. To switch on permanently: gsettings set com.canonical.Unity always-show-menus true To ...
12.04 is a LTS version, so I have a lot of machines at my job running it... Yo have to make a symbolic link to applications-merged folder for each desktop used. For example, for lxde and unity will be: cd /etc/xdg/menus sudo ln -s applications-merged lxde-applications-merged sudo ln -s applications-merged unity-lens-applications-merged You need also to ...
Your question is a bit unclear. I understand that you are missing the menu-row with options such as "File", "Edit", "View", and so on, in Firefox. This menu-bar is hidden by default in Firefox. To show it permanently, press alt. Click on "View", and then go down to "Toolbars". Make sure there is a tick (✔) next to "Menu Bar".
apt-get autoremove appmenu-gtk appmenu-gtk3 appmenu-qt If you use Firefox, you also should deactivate the Addon "Unity Desktop Integration" from within Firefox.
Shift+F10 worked in my case. I guess the need of Fn depends on the keyboard you are using. P.S. I used this combination on a file in Nautilus (Ubuntu 14.04 LTS).
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