I recently downloaded and created an ubuntu 10.10 disc and I want to install it on a partition on my intel mac, but I can’t seem to get linux to recognize the apple wireless keyboard and mouse I am using. Is it possible to get linux to recognize them before installation? Or do I have to install using other peripherals and then pair the apple stuff?
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