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==HOTKEYS, SPECIAL BUTTONS==
==HOTKEYS, SPECIAL BUTTONS==
Revision as of 06:05, 29 August 2008
- 1 Arch linux & Fujitsu-Siemens Amilo Pa 2510
- 1.1 LAPTOP SPECS
- 1.2 XORG CONFIGURATION
- 1.3 SOUND
- 1.4 TOUCHPAD
- 1.5 ACCESS TO DEVICES
- 1.6 WIRELESS LAN
- 1.7 The easy way:
- 1.8 A bit more complicated but also working (only for 32bit systems):
- 1.9 ETHERNET
- 1.10 USB
- 1.11 MONITOR OUT
- 1.12 HOTKEYS, SPECIAL BUTTONS
- 1.13 CARD SLOTS
- 1.14 Powersave
- 1.15 Suspend
Arch linux & Fujitsu-Siemens Amilo Pa 2510
Processor: AMD Athlon64 X2 TK55
Harddisk : 160Gb Harddisk
Graphics : integrated Ati Xpress X1200
Display : 1280x800 LCD
Ports : 3 USB ports, Expresscard Slot
Network : Realtek Ethernet, Atheros 5007eg, AC'97 Modem
See the Beginners Guide for details
using the ATI catalyst driver
pacman -S catalyst
using the open source driver
You have the choice between the radeon and radeonhd driver. However you need a new DRM Kernel Module to get direct rendering. The new DRM module should be included in Kernel 2.6.26 so either updgrade or get the libdrm-git package from AUR. You should also install XOrg Server from git using the xorg-server-git package from AUR. (this will take some time). Dont forget xf86-input-mouse-git and xf86-input-keyboard-git.
Search AUR for xf86-video-ati-git and use this driver. The easyest way is propaply yaourt for installing the driver.
I'm getting arround 500fps in glxgears. (950fps with catalyst)
For more information visit www.phoronix.com for driver updates
Works out of the box. Don't forget to add your user to the audio group.
Check here for more info about how to set up sound: http://wiki.archlinux.org/index.php/ALSA_Setup
ACCESS TO DEVICES
Add user to groups (given you have created a user):
gpasswd -a username video gpasswd -a username optical gpasswd -a username storage gpasswd -a username audio
The Atheros AR5007 currently doesnt work out of the box.
but it works using a patch. Read
Read http://madwifi.org/ticket/1679 for details.
The easy way:
Please download the following Package from AUR: Madwifi with new HAL in AUR
You need to unrar the Package, type makepkg and then install the new build package (pacman -A madwifi-xxxxx-i686.tar.gz) Or (using yaourt) yaourt -S madwifi-newhal-git.
Now your wlan card should be recognised. Maybe you should also blacklist the ath5k kernel module by adding "!ath5k" into the modules section in /etc/rc.conf
A bit more complicated but also working (only for 32bit systems):
The madwifi package with included patch can be downloaded from: http://snapshots.madwifi.org/special/madwifi-ng-r2756+ar5007.tar.gz
Untar the package
tar xvf madwifi-ng-r2756+ar5007.tar.gz
change into the madwifi folder
then add ath_pci and wlan to your modules section in rc.conf
work in progress
works out of the box using the r8169 module.
HOTKEYS, SPECIAL BUTTONS
The buttons for the led brightness didn't work until I added
testet with Memorystickn and Sdcard