I have got an asus 1201n and i installed Ubuntu 9.04 on it.
Now i tried to get wireless working. After a while i found that bug on launchpad. i followed the instructions there and after i copied the driver into the right place it showd me wlan0 if used ifconfig -a
As of now my box is set up in order to dual boot with GRUB (ubuntu and windows 7). I would like to add Windows 8 and also keep Windows 7, so I reduced Win7's partition and got some free space on my HD.
What's the easiest way to add windows 8 and get a triple boot setting?
I want to do triple boot with Win 7, Ubuntu and Fedora (for the full gnome 3 experience) on my 4GB Ram 500GB HD, please show me how to do so. I want grub2 to be the default boot menu for the custom graphic features. TY. I seen this site but don't know if it is legit.
My Asus 1201n won't suspend properly (screen goes dark but power button remains solid instead of blinking). I have to cycle power to get it come back on. I only found old solutions from previous Ubuntu versions which included updating to a more current kernel (now an older kernel). Is there anything I can try to fix this?
I currently have a working triple-boot setup on my 320Gb Asus u80a laptop (XP,7,ubuntu). I initially used gparted to do all my partioning. I created a 10GB partition for XP, a 20GB for Win7 and about 120GB for Ubuntu, 4gb swap and the rest is still unallocated. My ubuntu partition (which I use regularly) is functioning perfectly.
I just bought a new MacBook Pro and have decided to triple boot my old HP G62 (~4 years old) with Mavericks, Ubuntu, and Windows 8. My HP was previously running Windows 7, but in the process of trying to boot Ubuntu onto it, I deleted Windows 7 and now the computer is only running Ubuntu.
I am having Asus vivobook S400CA. I am having windows 8.1, osx 10.9 and ubuntu 13.10. I have given root disk space of 4gb for ubuntu. That I am finding highly insufficient after installation.
Now ubuntu boot manager boots windows 8.1 and ubuntu properly.