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Driver On Demand

Driver On Demand is an automated driver installation system for Linux that automatically identifies devices that have no drivers and uses an online database to install an appropriate driver for that device without human interaction (if requested). This makes it an ideal system for newbies, as it takes away most of the configuration part of Linux. The goal is to allow users to plug in any device and have it instantly work without the need to manually install drivers.

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  •  12 May 2004 22:42

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    23 Apr 2005 06:19 tomek75

    to good to be true?
    This project sounds to good to be true. In combination with Kudzu (which only uses preinstalled drivers) users shouldn't have any driver problems anymore. Ewald (http://www.very-clever.com)

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