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Explain what must be done to support some Thinkpad specific hardware on Kubuntu 10.4 (Lucid Lynx)<br>
 
Explain what must be done to support some Thinkpad specific hardware on Kubuntu 10.4 (Lucid Lynx)<br>
 
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Background:<br>
 
Background:<br>
I recently had to ditch my installation of Gentoo which had been functioning completely flawlessly until KDE4 came out.  I was quite begruding to do so, but I eventually decided to give Lucid Lynx a go.  I must say I'm quite impressed with the hardware support out-of-the-box.  Some things that I had working in Gentoo still need to be setup, however so I will document what must be done to support some of the hardware (eg. fingerprint scanner, APS, etc).
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I recently had to ditch my installation of Gentoo which had been functioning completely flawlessly until KDE4 came out.  I was quite begruding to do so, but I eventually decided to give Lucid Lynx a go.  I must say I'm quite impressed with the hardware support out-of-the-box.  Some things that I had working in Gentoo still need to be setup, however so I will document what must be done to support some of the hardware (eg. fingerprint scanner, APS, etc).<br>
 
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Procedures:<br>
 
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I will be adding procedures over the next few days.  --[[User:Lucidity|Lucidity]] 01:23, 19 June 2010 (UTC)
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Latest revision as of 02:11, 1 September 2010

Purpose:
Explain what must be done to support some Thinkpad specific hardware on Kubuntu 10.4 (Lucid Lynx)

Background:
I recently had to ditch my installation of Gentoo which had been functioning completely flawlessly until KDE4 came out. I was quite begruding to do so, but I eventually decided to give Lucid Lynx a go. I must say I'm quite impressed with the hardware support out-of-the-box. Some things that I had working in Gentoo still need to be setup, however so I will document what must be done to support some of the hardware (eg. fingerprint scanner, APS, etc).

Procedures:
I will be adding procedures over the next few days. --Lucidity 01:23, 19 June 2010 (UTC)