No more multimedias keys on Dell XPS13

Romuald TISSERAND rtisserand at
Mon Sep 30 18:24:26 UTC 2013

Ok I'll do with a live USB key.

I think this is probably the same kind of issue which has turned the power
switch undetected. I'll try asap and let you know.


On Mon, Sep 30, 2013 at 7:25 PM, Ali Linx (amjjawad) <amjjawad at>wrote:

> 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.
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