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http://us.archive.ubuntu.com/ubuntu/pool/universe/g/gnome-device-manager/ gnome-device-manager_0.2-1_i386.deb http://us.archive.ubuntu.com/ubuntu/pool/universe/g/gnome-device-manager/ libgnome-device-manager0_0.2-1_i386.deb
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After the files are downloaded, copy them to the desktop on your Ubuntu machine, using a floppy disk or maybe a USB memory stick. Then open a command-prompt window on the Ubuntu computer by clicking Applications Accessories Terminal. In the terminal window, type the following, hitting Enter after each line:
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cd ~/Desktop sudo dpkg i libgnome-device-manager0_0.2-1_i386.deb sudo dpkg i gnome-device-manager_0.2-1_i386.deb
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After you ve installed Device Manager, you can open it by selecting Applications System Tools Device Manager. You ll need to click View Device Properties to ensure Device Manager adds the useful Properties tab. You should be aware of a few important differences between the Windows and Ubuntu versions of Device Manager. Though the aim of Ubuntu s Device Manager is to manage hardware devices, the project is still in its infancy and can only provide hardware information as of the time of writing. On the other hand, Ubuntu s list is far more comprehensive than that in Windows. In Ubuntu, Device Manager thoroughly probes the hardware to discover its capabilities. Perhaps the biggest difference, however, is that just because a piece of hardware is listed within Ubuntu s Device Manager, it doesn t mean that the hardware is configured to work with Ubuntu. In fact, it doesn t even imply that the hardware will ever work under Ubuntu. Device Manager s list is simply the result of probing devices attached to the various system buses (PCI, AGP, USB, and so on) and reporting the data. Nonetheless, Device Manager is the best starting place if you find that a certain piece of hardware isn t working. If a piece of hardware is listed, then it proves, if nothing else, that the system recognizes that the hardware is attached. For example, later in this chapter, I ll describe how you can use Device Manager to discover crucial details about wireless network devices, which we will then use to install drivers.
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Unlike some versions of Linux, Ubuntu doesn t rely on a centralized configuration software package. Instead it uses smaller programs to configure hardware. For example, to configure the network, you ll use the NetworkManager program, and printers are configured using a separate printer configuration program. Because using some of the configuration software involves reconfiguring your entire system, doing so requires administrator privileges. Therefore, you ll be prompted for your login password each time you use some of
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the programs. In some cases, after you ve made changes, you ll need to click the Apply button to put the changes into effect. When you ve finished configuration, simply close the program window by clicking the Close button.
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Note For five minutes after you enter your password, Ubuntu remembers it, so if you open the same application or another that requires administrator privileges within that amount of time, you won t be prompted.
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Along with the individual configuration programs, you may also need to use the command line and install software to get your system up and running. We ll take a quick look at how you can do both, before proceeding with the instructions for getting online.
Using the Command Line
For some configuration steps, we will ask you to open a terminal window. This will give you access to the command-line prompt, by which you can issue commands directly to Ubuntu. The Linux command-line prompt is a little like MS-DOS, which you might have used in the early days of Windows, except it s a lot more powerful. As with DOS, you should press Enter after typing each command. Nearly all the commands affect your system, so they will require you to enter your password when prompted. We explain all about the command-line prompt in Part 4 of this book, beginning with 13, but for the moment, you should bear in mind the following points: Check the command once you ve typed it to ensure it reads as is printed on the page. Even a stray space in the command could cause havoc. Don t be tempted to experiment at the prompt at this stage of your Linux learning curve. This is especially true should you use administrator powers, which you ll be doing for nearly all the commands. To open a terminal window, click Applications Accessories Terminal. After you ve finished entering the commands and they have completed, simply close the program window.
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