Talk:Installing Kubuntu on a ThinkPad A30

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Please make it read more like instructions, and less personal.

I have moved the page so it has the proper title like other such pages, and linked it back to the A30 page so people can find it easily.

If you want you can also create a general Kubuntu page, if you feel so inclined, just have a look at some of the other Distro specific pages first such as Debian

--Tonko 04:10, 21 Nov 2005 (CET)

wpasupplicant note seems wrong

I've set wpasupplicant up on Debian and Ubuntu See My Page On This and have never needed to install the hostap (Access Point) package drivers to get wpasupplicant to function for client purposes. Could somebody have a look to see if this is really a requirement under Kubuntu.

-- Gary Vollink 16:41, 12 Jan 2006 (CST - US/Chicago)

Bug not adressed in instructions

There seems to be a bug in the kubuntu installation regarding the A30 Thinkpad that is not adressed in this instruction manual. When selecting to suspend to RAM, the system really suspends (amazingly), but the screen goes all whacky - strange colors appearing and the screen light stays on (so its not really suspended). That way, there is no sense in suspending, since the display will eat the batteries. Is there a solution to this and if there is, could you please add it to the instrucions? --Aurora 01:31, 15 October 2008 (CEST)