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| KeyTouch works for hotkeys<br>Volume controle etc.
 
| KeyTouch works for hotkeys<br>Volume controle etc.
 
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| Aspire 7720-6902
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| Aspire 7720
 
| 2009.02
 
| 2009.02
 
| Intel i965<br />With xf86-video-intel 2.7.1 driver, not the latest version, gets about 1200FPS (with the newer one it goes down to 400).
 
| Intel i965<br />With xf86-video-intel 2.7.1 driver, not the latest version, gets about 1200FPS (with the newer one it goes down to 400).
 
| AC97<br>works OK (recording/playing) with OSS, with ALSA only playing
 
| AC97<br>works OK (recording/playing) with OSS, with ALSA only playing
| Broadcom BCM5787M<br>OK
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| Broadcom BCM5787M (tg3)<br>OK
 
| Intel 3945<br />Needs microcde
 
| Intel 3945<br />Needs microcde
 
| Detected, works with blueman, not with bluez-gnome
 
| Detected, works with blueman, not with bluez-gnome
| Battery: Yes<br>Suspend: Works<br>Frequency scaling: acpi-cpufreq driver
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| Battery: Yes<br>Suspend: Works, if it fails boot with 'nopat' parameter<br>Frequency scaling: acpi-cpufreq driver
 
| with linuxant drivers, might work
 
| with linuxant drivers, might work
 
| webcam: uvcvideo driver; card reader: only SD cards seem to work; Special keys (Acer Arcade, direct access to browser/mail) seem to not work; volume knob at the side is seen as a multimedia key.
 
| webcam: uvcvideo driver; card reader: only SD cards seem to work; Special keys (Acer Arcade, direct access to browser/mail) seem to not work; volume knob at the side is seen as a multimedia key.

Revision as of 18:25, 3 October 2009

Models

Model Version Arch Linux
Install CD Version
Hardware Support Remark
Video Sound Ethernet Wireless Bluetooth Power Management Modem Other
TravelMate 2413NLC Gimmick 0.7.2 Intel GMA 915
driver i810
Intel 82801FB
with internal microphone
OK - - Suspend to
RAM: Yes
Disk: Yes
Battery: Yes
Frequency scaling of CPU: Yes
untest Hotkeys: untest
Aspire 5100-3825 0.8 (Voodoo) ATI Radeon Xpress 1100 Intel RealTek Atheros n/a untested Hotkeys: untested
Aspire 1501LMi 0.9 (Don't panic) ATI Radeon 9600
HW acceleration only with proprietary driver
VIA
OK
Broadcom
OK
untested none Suspend to
RAM: ??
Disk: Yes
Battery: Yes
Frequency scaling of CPU: Yes
untested Hotkeys: untested
Travelmate 6292 Core Dump,
Overlord
intel x3100
HW acceleration with Intel's opensource driver, ~1100 fps in the glxgears
Intel HDA
OK (model=acer)
Broadcom BCM5787M
OK
Intel iwl4965
OK
Broadcom
OK
Suspend to
RAM: ??
Disk: Ok
Battery: Yes
Frequency scaling of CPU: Yes
untested Hotkeys: untested
FireWire Texas Instruments TSB43AB23: OK(?)
FireWire detects well but I haven't tested it yet
Aspire 5024 0.7.2 ATI Radeon X700
Runs compiz on both fglrx>=8.02 and radeon driver
AC97
OK
RealTek
OK
Broadcom 4318
Needs acer_apci + firmware or ndiswrapper driver
n/a Battery: Yes
Suspend: Video and wifi probs
Frequency scaling: powernow-k8 driver
untested KeyTouch works for hotkeys
Volume controle etc.
Aspire 7720 2009.02 Intel i965
With xf86-video-intel 2.7.1 driver, not the latest version, gets about 1200FPS (with the newer one it goes down to 400).
AC97
works OK (recording/playing) with OSS, with ALSA only playing
Broadcom BCM5787M (tg3)
OK
Intel 3945
Needs microcde
Detected, works with blueman, not with bluez-gnome Battery: Yes
Suspend: Works, if it fails boot with 'nopat' parameter
Frequency scaling: acpi-cpufreq driver
with linuxant drivers, might work webcam: uvcvideo driver; card reader: only SD cards seem to work; Special keys (Acer Arcade, direct access to browser/mail) seem to not work; volume knob at the side is seen as a multimedia key. Firewire seems to be recognized, untested. For 64-bit, update BIOS to fix ACPI and wireless problems.
Aspire 7730 2009.08 i686 Intel Mobile 4 Series
i810
Autoconfiguration works, no Compiz.
ALC888
Playback OK, no auto-cutout with headphone socket
alsamixer misidentifies headphone out as surround
Internal mic OK, mic input socket not tested
OK OK, with iwlagn None Suspend to RAM OK
Suspend to disk crashes
Frequency scaling OK
(using cpufreq)
Untested Hotkeys OK
Webcam OK
HDMI untested
Card reader untested
Problem booting install CD
Solved with 'ln -sf /dev/sr0 /dev/archiso' at ramfs$


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