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More Pleasant Surprises with Ubuntu

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As I continue to test and work with Ubuntu, I have come across a few more very pleasant surprises:

- I plugged in my Logitech V20 Notebook Speakers (USB). They worked.

- I plugged in my Logitech QuickCam for Notebooks Deluxe. It worked. No muss, no fuss, so searching for drivers, it just worked.

- I plugged in my Canon BJC-55 printer. It worked. I printed a test page on it, and it came out perfect. This really is getting quite impressive.

- I plugged in my Philips SPC1300NC webcam

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