Oh! I'll have to try QGnomePlatform.
I'm trying to switch to Fedora on my MacBook Pro mid-2009, and I spent my entire morning trying to get wifi to work properly. I installed the system to an external HDD, and will reinstall to the internal drive later on, so this is mostly a note to self, but i'll put it publicly if it can be of any help to someone else.
lspci -nn -d 14e4: to find the wifi chip model.
- Check if the wifi chip is supported by b43, mine is.
- Set up b43 (french)
- Download firmware files from here
- Copy them all to
- Regenerate the initramfs :
- Back up the current one :
sudo cp /boot/initramfs-`uname -r`.img /boot/initrd-`uname -r`.img.bak
(source, but uses initramfs instead of initrd)
- Generate a new one :
sudo mkinitrd with nothing shows what command to run.
- Reboot and check
dmesg | grep b43. If no errors, open GNOME Settings and check if Wi-Fi is present.
I agree ! GNOME has a very polished and unique desktop experience.
By the way, I hope the GNOME 40 ppa will come to Ubuntu 20.04.
The lighter, non-bloated alternative to Etcher for flashing images to USB drives or SD cards - less than a megabyte in size.
GNOME 40! Super nice release video, clean and modern. (older ones are really great too)
Manjaro released a development image, can't wait to try it out!
If I can do this, I'll switch to Manjaro
IMO, the best screenshooting software! Super great annotating tools.
Lacks the ability to select whole windows, though.
A Reddit bot whose only purpose is to remind users that it's GNU/Linux, not just Linux because this refers to the kernel. Didn't know it was possible to have negative reddit karma.
Wow, the screenshots look promising. I should try that out.
Edit: I'm now using this as my theme since I now use Linux on my laptop. It's nice 👌
Edit 2: I don't anymore.
Simple graphical dialog boxes from the terminal or shell scripts.
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