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#REDIRECT: [[Laptop/Fujitsu]]
==LAPTOP SPECS==
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Processor: AMD Athlon64 X2 TK55 <br>
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Harddisk : 160Gb Harddisk<br>
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DVD-RW  : <br>
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Graphics : integrated Ati Xpress X1200<br>
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Display  : 1280x800 LCD<br>
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Ports    : 3 USB ports, Expresscard Slot<br>
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Network  : Realtek Ethernet, Atheros 5007eg, AC'97 Modem<br>
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==XORG CONFIGURATION==
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See the Beginners Guide for details
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===using the ATI catalyst driver===
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pacman -S catalyst
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===using the open source driver===
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You have the choice between the radeon and radeonhd driver.
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However you need a new DRM Kernel Module to get direct rendering.
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The new DRM module should be included in Kernel 2.6.26 so either updgrade
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or get the libdrm-git package from the [[AUR]].
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You should also install XOrg Server from git using the xorg-server-git
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package from the AUR. (this will take some time).
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Dont forget xf86-input-mouse-git and xf86-input-keyboard-git.
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Use the {{AUR|xf86-video-ati-git}} video driver from the AUR.
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For more information and driver updates visit http://www.phoronix.com.
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==SOUND==
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Works out of the box.
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Don't forget to add your user to the audio group.
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Check here for more info about how to set up sound:
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http://wiki.archlinux.org/index.php/ALSA_Setup
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==TOUCHPAD==
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==ACCESS TO DEVICES==
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Add user to groups (given you have created a user):
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    gpasswd -a username video
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    gpasswd -a username optical
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    gpasswd -a username storage
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    gpasswd -a username audio
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==WIRELESS LAN==
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===Madwifi===
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The Atheros AR5007 currently doesnt work out of the box.
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but it works using a patch. Read <br> Read http://madwifi.org/ticket/1679
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for details. <br>
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== The easy way: ==
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Please download the following Package from AUR:
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[https://aur.archlinux.org/packages.php?ID=17392 Madwifi with new HAL in AUR]
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You need to unrar the Package, type makepkg and then
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install the new build package (pacman -A madwifi-xxxxx-i686.tar.gz)
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Or (using yaourt) yaourt -S madwifi-newhal-git.
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Now your wlan card should be recognised. Maybe you should also blacklist the ath5k kernel
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module by adding "!ath5k" into the modules section in /etc/rc.conf
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== A bit more complicated but also working (only for 32bit systems): ==
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The madwifi package with included patch can be downloaded from: http://snapshots.madwifi.org/special/madwifi-ng-r2756+ar5007.tar.gz<br>
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After downloading:<br>
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Untar the package
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tar xvf madwifi-ng-r2756+ar5007.tar.gz<br>
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change into the madwifi folder
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cd madwifi-ng-r2756+ar5007<br>
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compile madwifi
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make<br>
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install
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make install<br>
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then add ath_pci and wlan to your modules section in rc.conf
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===Ndiswrapper===
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work in progress
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==ETHERNET==
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works out of the box using the r8169 module.
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==USB==
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works
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==MONITOR OUT==
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not tested
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==HOTKEYS, SPECIAL BUTTONS==
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The buttons for the led brightness didn't work until I added
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acpi_osi=linux
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to grub.
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==CARD SLOTS==
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testet with Memorystickn and Sdcard
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==Powersave==
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add "powernow_k8" to the modules section in rc.conf
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for frequency scaling you should search the wiki for
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laptop-mode-tools.
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==Suspend==
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===to ram===
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===to disk===
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