all works. i\\\\\\\'m talking about webcam, bluethoot, scanner (pixma mp 170). No problem with wireless, no problem with usb pendrive or external Hard Disk. Applications all run.
on 05/27/2010 – Made popular on 05/27/2010
Most of the hardware on the EeePC 1001HA works out-of-the box with Ubuntu Karmic Koala 9.10, Linux Mint 8-9. Touchpad, sound card, webcam and most Fn keys work by default. No problem with usb pendrive or external Hard Disk, suspend and hibernate, Compiz...
kinda new to ubuntu been using it for a year. Running 11.10 In the past i've been able to solve my issues by searching the internet. But now I'm trying to install cannon pixma mx432 printer scanner. I got the printer working but I'm having a hard time with the scanner i get this message when i have sane find scanner
# sane-find-scanner will now attempt to detect your scanner.
After a couple hours of messing around and seeing why my wireless was disconnecting and then not even showing up that I had a wireless router, I discovered that it only happens whenever something accesses my webcam. Honestly I could just avoid using my webcam completely, but I do use it. The only solution I found to fix the issue is to restart my computer whenever I get disconnected.
I have a multifunction printer PIXMA MG2250 from which I successfully processed printer tasks, thanks to this forum, but still the scan is not recognized, not even detected by scangearmp even if I have installed some mp drivers of the MGseries range; Would somebody have an idea to fix this problem?
thanks in advance
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Hi, I have a macbook, I think it's considered 3rd generation, I got it May of 2007. Today when I tried to boot into it it came up with I/O errors on disk0s2. I went on my desktop and a quick search says that it's probably a failing hard drive. I burnt the latest ubuntu live cd and that's where I am now.
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