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As discussed earlier in this book, Linux is an open source OS. This means that the source code underlying Linux programs is available for study and even reuse. This is a good thing when it comes to hardware drivers, because bugs in the code can be spotted and repaired by anyone with an interest in doing so. If you consider that a bug in a graphics driver could mean your PC crashes every 5 minutes, the value of such an approach is abundantly clear. Unfortunately, some hardware manufacturers don t like to disclose how their hardware works, because they want to protect their trade secrets. This makes it impossible for them to release open source drivers, because such drivers would expose exactly how the hardware operates. Because such companies are aware that growing numbers of people use Linux, they release proprietary drivers, whose source code is not made publicly available (in the same way that Windows code is not released to the public). Aside from ethical issues surrounding not being able to study the source code, the biggest issue with proprietary drivers relates to bug fixing. To use a proprietary driver is to be at the mercy of the hardware manufacturer s own development and release schedule. If the driver has a serious bug, you ll either have to work around it or put up with troubling issues until the manufacturer offers an update. A few years ago, a proprietary driver for a 3D graphics card stopped any computer it was installed on from going into hibernation mode (that is, suspending to disk). Those using the drivers had to wait months until the fix was released. Despite this, and although the folks behind Ubuntu strongly support free and open source software, they realize proprietary drivers need to be used in certain situations. For example, it s impossible to use the 3D graphics elements of some graphics cards unless you have a proprietary driver, and this means that visual effects will be unavailable to users who happen to have hardware that isn t currently fully supported by open source drivers. Because of this, Ubuntu automatically installs wi-fi proprietary drivers by default if no open source alternative exists (or if the open source version is not yet good enough). It also offers the opportunity to easily install some proprietary graphics card drivers if they provide more functionality than the open source versions.
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Note Linux sees hardware in a technical way, rather than in the way humans do. If you attach something such as a USB CD-R/RW drive, Linux will recognize the drive hardware and attempt to make it work. It won t try to find a driver for that specific make and model of CD-R/RW drive. Thus, Linux is able to work with a wide range of hardware, because a lot of hardware is similar on a technical level, despite the differences in case design, model names, and even prices!
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The question of what hardware works under Ubuntu is one that s not easily answered. However, you can take a look at http://wiki.ubuntu.com/HardwareSupport to see if your hardware is listed. This is an informal list created by the Ubuntu community, and it s not comprehensive (which is to say that there may be hardware that works fine that isn t mentioned). Nor is the list guaranteed to be 100 percent accurate. But it s certainly worth a look. A search engine such as Google is your best friend if the Ubuntu hardware list doesn t help. Simply search for the brand and model of your hardware and add Ubuntu to the search string. This should return results, usually from the Ubuntu forums (http://ubuntuforums.org) or blogs, written by those who have found a way to make that type of hardware work.
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