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Thread: Plug&Play: beamer presentations on OpenSuse

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    Post Plug&Play: beamer presentations on OpenSuse

    Hi there.
    Lateley I've been working with one of the laptops of my company and they run -of course- OpenSuse. It seems like there is no natural support for plug&play with the newest beamers around.

    Is there some program that's missing in order to be able to plug the cable and instantly be able to perform something spacy?
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    Default Re: Plug&Play: beamer presentations on OpenSuse

    what is a "beamer"?

    are you sure the company laptop runs openSUSE, or is it SUSE Linux
    Enterprise Desktop (aka: SLED) ??

    they look the same (i guess, i've never actually seen on running), but
    they are NOT (exactly) the same!

    there is an easy way to tell what you are running:

    open a terminal, type:

    cat /etc/SuSE-release

    and the result will it..

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    Default Re: Plug&Play: beamer presentations on OpenSuse

    Beamer = Projector. The company laptops run the Operating System I mentioned before.
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    Default Re: Plug&Play: beamer presentations on OpenSuse

    projectors do work with openSUSE, just connect to the external vga connector,if the laptop has one. have a squint at this Laptops and external VGA - openSUSE BTW, i used one for a presentation

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