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Thank you Stephen ! So I did that: I added this line to /etc/apt/sources.list: deb http://http.debian.net/debian/ jessie main contrib non-free Then, I ran this command: apt-get install firmware-b43-installer Just a reboot and it works !


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Too fast diagnosis I read online that this might be resolved by repairing permission on the drive. Unfortunatly, from the description of your problem, this is wrong. What need to be repaired is the filesystem on your external disk SEAGATE. Analysis of lsof The output of your lsof command tells that the command mds (1st column) is actually reading ...


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It appears that Spotlight is indexing this drive. There could be a problem that is causing Spotlight to hang up and constantly pound this drive. The mds process is the metadata server. Try killing this process and then tell spotlight to not index this drive. To disable spotlight indexing go to System Preferences -> Spotlight -> Privacy and add the disk to ...


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MacOS Boot: I recently installed Fedora 22 on my MacMini Late 2014 and also lost the means of booting MacOSX. I had previously installed Refind boot manager which I used to choose which OS (MacOSX or Fedora 20) to boot. The good news (probably will also work for you) is that you can simply boot while pressing the ALT key and choose which EFI to boot on ...


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It seems like the -o flag will take the actual column name. So if the top command shows only "mem" then the command should be "top -o mem". For the ubuntu machine I am testing with, the column is called "%MEM". On the OSX Yosemite I tried, it is "mem".


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It turns out that using quotations as I had done returns only case-sensitive matches (of which there were exactly 20). Changing the search_string to "Ich arbeite" subsequently returned all the matches where the first 'I' is uppercase. The reason why I hadn't noticed that was because most of the early matches that I was looking for had the I in ...


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About the duplicate entries, you should change the scanfor option on refind.conf. It is well documented in there, but in your case you would need to set it to use just the manual option, this way: scanfor manual About the default stanza for Arch, you can use the provided ones, just adapt them to your needs. The default one is probably pretty basic too.



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