Since I am on Ubuntu 9. To control the screen brightness, just add the Brightness applet to any panel. I cannot turn on wifi from keyboard. Your Wireless should come back on. I did it on my friends laptop and it worked. I believe it didn’t have “acerhk” anymore. I have updated the BIOS to version 1.
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Worked for me Amilo Li on intrepid. Is there another way to turn on wifi. Have you tried using this quide for 9. Tried on Ubuntu 9.
Fujitsu AMILO Li 2727 laptop Wi-Fi device drivers
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Do i need to find a way to install “acerhk” again and then use the same method to get wireless to work? This was by far the easiest and worked perfectly.
I tried several guides, and had several problem.
Create a new text file as follows: I’m working on my amilo Li now, and since ubuntu 9. The keyboard shortcut keys don’t work. Here is a list of the most common key strokes or switches: More Print this page Share this page.
I am using a but followed this wlab when on Jaunty and it worked perfectly.
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Keys FN and F1 always worked but not now Please enter a valid email address. FATAL module acerhk not found. Home Questions Tags Users Unanswered. How can this be resolved. Sleep loop WScript. Ask a Question Usually answered in minutes!
Lately during the filling cycle water hammer is occurring. Thanks a lot, this nearly worked for me on Li Get online via an Ethernet cable and use Synaptic to install either of these packages hit the Reload button before installing, as you should always do: