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I have a tablet with ubuntu 11.10 and I want to connect it to my TV. My tablet has a miniHDMI port, I have connected to my TV with a miniHDMI-HDMI cable, and what now? I feel a little silly but I don't know what to do. Can somebody help me? Thanks.

Hola. Tengo una tableta con ubuntu 11.10 y quiero conectarla a mi TV. Mi tableta tiene un puerto miniHDMI, la he conectado a mi TV con un cable miniHDMI-HDMI. Me siento un poco tonto, pero no sé qué tengo que hacer ahora. ¿Alguien puede orientarme? Gracias.

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Go to Monitors.. – Uri Herrera Feb 15 '12 at 3:39
@uri Sorry, but my TV is not shown in monitors, even if I click on 'Detect monitors'. I've tested powering on first the tablet with the TV poweroff, and first the TV with the tablet poweroff, no difference. – David López Feb 15 '12 at 10:26
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I answer my question. I needed to install the wetab's chrontel tiitoo driver from There is no .deb package, some manipulation of the .rpm package was needed.

I don't know if this driver will be helpful for another tablets, mine is an ekoore perl (a wetab/exopc clone)

Me respondo yo mismo. Tuve que instalar el driver de chrontel de No hay paquete .deb, tuve que manipular el .rpm

Mi tableta es una ekoore perl (el mismo hardware que la wetab o la exopc). No sé si este controlador servirá para otras tabletas

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