Kubuntu Looks Nice But Come On Fellas, Wireless Input
Apr 12, 2007, 21:45 (20 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by Stan Beer)
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"Hands up all PC users who have a wireless mouse and keyboard?
If you're like me, you've had your input devices untethered for at
least a couple of years. I've just burned a Kubuntu installation
disc and it won't recognize my wireless mouse or keyboard to enable
me to install the system. Judging by the bulletin boards I've been
reading, it may not recognize yours either. Sorry guys, that's not
good enough for us mere mortals at the coalface.
"For those who don't know about Ubuntu and its KDE interface
version Kubuntu (Ubuntu uses Gnome), it's rapidly becoming one of
the most popular Linux distributions. One of the reasons is that
it's relatively easy to install and to get up and running