No more multimedias keys on Dell XPS13

Ali Linx (amjjawad) amjjawad at
Mon Sep 30 17:25:50 UTC 2013

On Mon, Sep 30, 2013 at 9:07 PM, Romuald TISSERAND <rtisserand at>wrote:

> 13.10 Beta 1 (fresh install) + Gnome 3 Next only for me, 64-bit and daily
> updates.
> Just updated right now, and nothing fixed.
I think you are talking about an installed system while as part of our
testing and to go the extra miles, I'd appreciate if you could try that wit
the latest daily build with fresh new install.

The most important part of testing is to test the installation and then
check the system after being installed. While your issue is more about the
system after installing it, which I understand but for the sake of helping,
I am asking to try to install again using the daily build.
In fact, you can go for: Try Ubuntu GNOME without installation and check
whether this issue is happening or not.

If this is too much to ask at the moment, and since you updated the system
and the problem is still there, I guess we can report a bug BUT to be in
the safe side and double check before filing a bug, Try Ubuntu GNOME
without installation will do the trick.

By the way, I am not affected with this. I am testing Ubuntu GNOME Saucy on
my main machine (which is not for testing - sigh) : Lenovo G570 Core i5 2nd
generation and 4GB RAM. Tested Beta 2 amd64 and will also try the latest
daily soon :)

Thanks a lot.

Remember: "All of us are smarter than any one of us."
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