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This document covers the basics of working with hardware in a Linux system.
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Located in docs/hardware/C/hardware.xml:15(para)
A computer consists of a number of connected devices that are collectively known as computer <emphasis>hardware</emphasis>. <phrase>Kubuntu</phrase> normally configures hardware automatically, but there may be occasions when it is necessary to make manual changes to hardware settings. This section provides information on tools for configuring hardware.
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Located in docs/hardware/C/hardware.xml:25(para)
Some devices attached to the computer may need proprietary drivers in order to work properly. Most often, these devices are used for video and wireless networking.
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A proprietary driver is a hardware management software application that is not free and open-source. Typically, the software is concealed and controlled by the company selling the hardware.
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Most of the devices (hardware) attached to computers should function properly in <phrase>Kubuntu</phrase>. The devices are likely to have <emphasis>free</emphasis> drivers. These drivers can be freely modified by developers, and any problems or incompatibilities with Linux can be fixed.
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Located in docs/hardware/C/hardware.xml:47(para)
Some hardware does not have free drivers, usually because the hardware manufacturer has not released details of their hardware which would make it possible to create such a driver for a Linux system. If such a manufacturer has not created Linux drivers, the hardware may have limited functionality or may not work at all.
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Located in docs/hardware/C/hardware.xml:53(para)
If an appropriate <emphasis>proprietary driver</emphasis> is available for a certain device, it can be installed in order to allow that device to function properly or to add new features. For example, installing proprietary drivers for certain graphics cards allows for the use of advanced visual effects.
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Located in docs/hardware/C/hardware.xml:59(para)
Some computers may not have any devices that can use proprietary drivers, either because all of the devices are fully supported by free drivers or because proprietary drivers are not yet available.
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Located in docs/hardware/C/hardware.xml:66(para)
Proprietary drivers are usually maintained by the hardware manufacturer, and so cannot be modified by developers if there is a problem.
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Located in docs/hardware/C/hardware.xml:72(para)
<phrase>Kubuntu</phrase> ships with an application developed by Ubuntu developers that maintains proprietary drivers. This application is known as <application>Jockey</application> and in <phrase>Kubuntu</phrase> is named <application>jockey-kde</application>&gt;. It can be opened by going to <menuchoice><guimenu>Kickoff Application Launcher</guimenu><guisubmenu>Applications</guisubmenu><guisubmenu>System</guisubmenu><guimenuitem>Hardware Deivers</guimenuitem></menuchoice>.
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Located in docs/hardware/C/hardware.xml:79(para)
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