Lenovo ThinkPad Yoga S1
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Hardware info can be found here
The hardware and firmware supports both UEFI and BIOS (mentioned as "Legacy" in firmware). It comes preinstalled with Windows in UEFI mode, so the EFI system partition is already there. By default the HDD/SSD should be using GPT.
All you need is to disable Secure Boot and install ArchLinux as usual, Legacy install is also possible
Battery functions like charging thresholds can be controlled using the script TLP power saving tool supports using acpi_call as backend for setting the thresholds as well.together with the kernel module . The
Touchscreen and Stylus
Touchscreen works with the Wacom driver (package:). AUR provides useful services such as disabling touchscreen while pen is near the screen.
Laptop has STM Micro HID Sensor HUB with such sensors as
- accelerometer sensor
- rotation sensor
- magnetometer sensor
- angular velocity sensor (aka gyroscope)
- inclination sensor
- ambient light sensor
To work with sensors you need. AUR also provides service for ambient light sensor. With while turning into tablet mode touchpad and keyboard are automatically disabled on KDE Plasma 5.13.3, not sure about other DEs
Wakeup after suspend
After installingmy Yoga is immediately waking after suspending. The soloution is to disable XHC in wake events
echo XHC | sudo tee /proc/acpi/wakeup
In case of system stability you should give up using TLP, sometimes it can hang system during sleep. Battery limits can be set using.