Hitting the Debian Lenny sweet spot
Feb 01, 2010, 13:03 (1 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by Steven Rosenberg)
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"During much of the time I was running Ubuntu, I told myself
that I'd be running Debian instead, if only I could get everything
"I have tried the Ubuntu Lucid Alpha 2 build, and I still
appreciate so many things working out of the box on my 2002-03-era
Toshiba Satellite 1100-S101 laptop.
"Even the USB Headphone Set sound module I've been using was
able to play system sounds and Flash audio in Ubuntu.
"However, I recently was able to get that sound module to work
in Debian Lenny.
"All I had to do was plug it into a different USB port on the
Toshiba, and now it's working fine."
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