9.04 works awsome right out of box except for fingerprint reader, smart card reader. Camera doesn't work with all apps either. But is rocksolid in all other aspects
on 04/27/2010 – Made popular on 04/27/2010
I suspect the answer is "just doesn't work", but it seems odd to me.
My laptop's card reader works fine for SD cards but completely ignores xD cards: when you plug in an xD card there is nothing in syslog; nothing pops up in nautilus. The same xD card + reader works fine in Windows.
Anyone know whether this is just an unsupported thing?
I have a fuji finepix s3000 but it wont do anything when I plug it into the usb slot. The card reader does not work either. I use an ACER Aspire 5610z laptop. Is this camera just incompatable with ubuntu, is there a card reader that will work? I will even buy a new camera if anyone can tell me one that works!
I have an Acer C7 chromebook on which I have installed Chrubuntu. Everything works great except that the SD card reader doesn't work when the computer is running from battery power. It recognizes the card and works perfectly as soon as I plug it into AC power.
Is there a power management setting somewhere that I need to toggle to be able to use my SD card reader on battery power?
I have a Ricoh Co Ltd R5C822 rev 22 5 in 1 card reader, I would be happy if just the SD reader part worked, I know the ubuntu forums managed to make a modified kernel to fix it, in fedora 12 it doesn't work for me by default
I have a Lenovo X230 and am running Fedora 18. I have a Fingerprint reader on this machine which I use successfully during boot up. I would like to use this capability in unlocking my screen. I have libfprint, fingerprint-gui, etc. installed. I have it checked in Authentication app to engable fingerprint reader support.