[NC10] How to enable wireless card, with RFKILL support

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RE: [NC10] How to enable wireless card, with RFKILL support

Postby el_rico » 16/06/2009, 19:58

OK, thanks. It is not that important anyway :rolleyes:

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Re: [NC10] How to enable wireless card, with RFKILL support

Postby shaunmenzies » 04/11/2009, 16:06

HI,

I have just installed Ubuntu Netbook Remix on n310 and also the NC10 scripts. Everything works except the Fn+F5 (lcd), Fn+F9 (wifi) and Fn+up/down (brightness). I have also installed CompizConfig Settings manager and verified the commands and keybindings are correct.

however, you mentions "enabling compiz" in the system->preferences menu. I assume you mean the "main menu" from the System menu in which there is indeed a "system->preferences" section which has CompizConfig listed with it's checkbox ticked.....is this what you mean or do I have to "do something else" to "enable" it ?

You'll have to excuse my understanding of your english here.

Many thanks,

Shaun,

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Re: [NC10] How to enable wireless card, with RFKILL support

Postby voRia » 04/11/2009, 20:47

My instructions were for the normal ubuntu desktop, not the ubuntu netbook remix.
Anyway, you need to start the compizconfig-settings-manager (I don't know where it's placed in the UNR menus, just open a terminal and launch the command 'ccsm'), and then make sure the 'Commands' plugin is enabled.
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