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I don't know what do you mean by where to find /etc/apt/sources.list . It's in /etc/apt/ as the path indicates. You can edit this from your terminal, I prefer using vim. sudo vim /etc/apt/sources.list, hit Shift-G to jump to the end of the file, followed by 'o' to go into insert mode on a new line and write deb http://http.debian.net/debian/ wheezy main ...
As discovered by corwin.amber in another post, the problem sometimes lies with a dead coreaudiod and can be fixed with: sudo killall coreaudiod
This is not an issue that I have ever seen before. A Macbook automatically connecting to a secured network is something out of a science fiction book. As for your sons iPhone, type your subnet mask into your address bar and mess around with the settings for you WEP Key and add his iPhones mac address to your router settings. This should enable your router ...
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