km00 wrote:Just added "Debian Multimedia" to the repositories and got the key for it (very chuffed, first time I done that) and now it works! Fantastic! Congratz. You`re getting there:)
"The Debian project has been working in removing non-free firmware from the Linux kernel shipped with Debian for the past two release cycles. At the time of the releases of Debian 4.0 "Etch" and 5.0 "Lenny", however, it was not yet possible to ship Linux kernels stripped of all non-free firmware bits.
I would appreciate if someone tells me about a wireless keyboard that works with Ubuntu.
I've bought 5 that the sellers said that did work with Ubuntu (and in the manuals also said so) but they didn't and I had to throw them away.
They'd got paired and did show on the "Bluetooth Keyboard" menu but no one of them did anything at all.
Some news for Debian Multimedia users. Change your sources list to include the new line for the Multimedia repo. I think everything is covered here:http://debian-multimedia.org/You have simply to substitute the old line with the new one.Have fun!
pvsage wrote:I guess I'm just trying to figure out where the information detected by the script (the information pertaining to the Debian base) is stored.Okay looking at the code the first thing it checks is "/etc/debian_version".If there is just a number in your file (mine is just "7.0" after moving to Sid) you will get "Debian GNU/Linux 7.0 (Wheezy)" from the s