[xubuntu-users] Hardware not detected on Xubuntu installation, but detected on Ubuntu

Cody A.W. Somerville cody-somerville at ubuntu.com
Sun Sep 23 23:33:31 UTC 2007

Hi Carlos,

 The base system of Xubuntu and Ubuntu are the same so hardware detection
and the likes should be the same. That being said, the wifi usb stick may
has been detected and managed by a desktop application unique to Ubuntu. As
for the sound card, it most certainly should have been auto-detected. Could
you give us more information about the wifi usb stick and the sound card?


Cody A.W. Somerville

On 10/12/07, Carlos Sánchez <csanchez71 at gmail.com> wrote:
>  I've been using Ubuntu on my laptop for a while and when I installed it
> all my laptop HW was detected. As my laptop is an old one I decided to move
> to Xubuntu, expecting to get the same results on auto detection, but it
> didn't work the same, having myself to add the wifi usb stick and the sound
> card manually. So this is not actually asking for help as I managed to add
> the missing HW, but more a question about how may that happen and who or
> where may I report that so it's corrected on next release if possible :)
> Apart from that I'm very happy with the change made, Xubuntu is just what
> I needed :)
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