jmak jozmak at gmail.com
Sat Dec 16 17:23:34 UTC 2006

On 12/16/06, Jani Monoses <jani.monoses at gmail.com> wrote:
> Adam Miller wrote:
> > first one i found ... gmail mail search, roughly 10-15 threads ago ...
> >
> >         Naga Gangadhar Reddy wrote:
> >         >    I have recently installed xubuntu. It did not detect my
> >         sound card. when
> >         >  I used the  various commands(which I found on google search)
> >         theout puts
> >         >  are
> >         >  following. Can u help me configure my sound card?? plz help me.
> >
> >
> >     This mailing list is for development of Xubuntu, not user support.
> >     Please file a bug against the linux-source-2.6.17 source package on
> >     Launchpad, and the audio team will address your issue.
> >
> >     Thanks,
> >     - --
> >     Daniel T. Chen            crimsun at ubuntu.com <mailto:crimsun at ubuntu.com>
> Indeed this was more appropiate mail for ubuntu-users or a LP bug as
> Daniel said. It would have been just as off-topic in xubuntu-users
> because it deals with non-xubuntu bits, so it has a lot more chances of
> getting answered on the ubuntu users list. Mails which are about Xfce or
> xubuntu specific software are handled on this list and now I tend to
> agree it would be better to have them elsewhere, but I think
> ubuntu-users is the place for them. Besides the obvious common apps we
> have with ubuntu, many of the ubuntu users try out thunar, abiword and
> gnumeric at least so there would be enough common themes.
> So how about this: advertise on the site that ubuntu-users is for
> xubuntu user support. In a moths or so this will show how many of the
> people who needed a xubuntu user support list did not subscribe so far
> because of no obviously named list existed.If the xubuntu traffic on
> ubuntu-users tends to grow so much as to seem to add noise to what is
> generally being discussed there we can create a new list and have the
> users subscribe there.

For users, I can also recommend the xfce forum.  I myself go there
often and always find something new idea that can be used to improve
my desktop. They are good and know everything relating to xfce.

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