coderneedsfood wrote:I have not done any testing
I will if you want me too ...
Yes please. It may greatly affect whether I install 64-bit or go with just KDE.
coderneedsfood wrote:I'll try and do some tests this weekend . anything specific ? encode a movie or something ?
Khaavren wrote: Built-in webcam not detected or installed, but I haven't tried to fix.
simta wrote:Khaavren wrote: Built-in webcam not detected or installed, but I haven't tried to fix.
thats strange, you have a newer model of laptop to me, i have the HP DV6174ea and it detects my webcam fine, i didnt have to do any separate setting up. installed cheese and that took pics+video fine, and cam works in aMsn. i havent tried it in any other IM program.
also my wireless worked out of the box too, although think HP may have changed what wireless hardware is being used, doesnt seem to be a change for the better. ive only installed two distro's, first 32-bit hardy heron and then elyssa and both installs wireless worked without any setting up.
eddie wrote:I have used Linux since it first popped its head up. If you want 64 bit get the old and best Suse 10.2.
I wouldn't touch Suse if it made me breakfast and mowed the lawn and neither should anybody else that values freedom.
clem wrote:I wouldn't touch Suse if it made me breakfast and mowed the lawn and neither should anybody else that values freedom.
Well that depends... are we talking cereals or full Irish breakfast?
PS: An ISO was uploaded today. If Exploder is happy with it we'll be looking at a stable release sometime this week.
clem wrote:- The removal of medibuntu from /etc/apt/sources.list.d (as it was already define in sources.list)
- The change of the samba workgroup from WORKGROUP to MSHOME in /etc/samba/smb.conf (to be the same as the Main edition)