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-- SalokineTerata [[DateTime(2007-11-25T17:00:57Z)]] -- SalokineTerata <<DateTime(2007-11-25T17:00:57Z)>>
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 Can we move MacBook (with a #redirect) to ["InstallingDebianOn/Apple/MacBook/etch"] and attach it to the ["InstallingDebianOn/Apple"] ?  Can we move MacBook (with a #redirect) to [[InstallingDebianOn/Apple/MacBook/etch]] and attach it to the [[InstallingDebianOn/Apple]] ?
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 Of course ["MacBook"] stay here to enjoy the short name access.  Of course [[MacBook]] stay here to enjoy the short name access.
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 Can we do the same thing with ["MacBookPro"] ?  Can we do the same thing with [[MacBookPro]] ?
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 are there any updates for the newer ["MacBook"]s, specifically the 3,1 series? the hardware changed pretty dramatically and isnt listed here. the wireless uses a modified(supposedly) Broadcom 4328 and GMA X3100. I've been having troubles with both too. ;)  are there any updates for the newer [[MacBook]]s, specifically the 3,1 series? the hardware changed pretty dramatically and isnt listed here. the wireless uses a modified(supposedly) Broadcom 4328 and GMA X3100. I've been having troubles with both too. ;)

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-- SalokineTerata 2007-11-25 17:00:57

-- OsamuAoki

  • Hi, This is generally a good proposal but many of the contents on this page is for lenny. So why etch instead of lenny.

-- neoice

  • are there any updates for the newer MacBooks, specifically the 3,1 series? the hardware changed pretty dramatically and isnt listed here. the wireless uses a modified(supposedly) Broadcom 4328 and GMA X3100. I've been having troubles with both too. ;)