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Hardware Compatibility List - Laptops main page
Acer - Apple - Asus - Compaq - Dell - Digital - ECS - Siemens-Fujitsu - Gateway - Hitachi - Higrade - HP - IBM/Lenovo - Medion - Micron - Mitac - Mitsubishi - NEC - Panasonic - Samsung - Sony - Toshiba - Zenith - Other

Hardware Compatibility List (HCL)
Full Systems
Laptops - Desktops - Servers - Virtual Machines
Video Cards - Sound Cards - Wired Net Adapters - Modems - Wireless Adapters - Monitors - Bluetooth Adapters - Printers - Scanners - TV Cards - Digital Cameras - Web Cameras - UPS - Floppy Drives - CD and DVD Writer/Readers - SCSI Adapters - Gadgets - SATA IDE Cards - Keyboards - Main Boards - RAID Controllers

Model Version

Model Version: Arch Linux
Install CD Version:
Harware Support: Remark:
Video: Sound: Ethernet: Wireless: Bluetooth: Power
Modem: Other:
W7S-B1B Don't Panic 3D with nvidia drivers hda-intel r8169 module, out of the box intel 4965 works with iwlwifi works out of the box suspend works with pm-utils, hibernation is extremely unstable untested webcam works with uvc drivers, but it's mounted upside down ACPI works with acpi4asus and acpid
N80VN-X5 2009.02RC2 3D with nVidia drivers hda-intel plus adding "options snd-hda-intel enable=1 model=g50v position_fix=0" to /etc/modprobe.conf or /etc/modprobe.d/alsa-base Out of box with r8169 module out of box with ath9k out of box suspend and hibernate both work with pm-utils no modem webcam and card reader both work out of the box ACPI works fine with the asus_laptop module found in kernels above
ASUS F8SN 2009.02RC2 only tried with opensource NV drivers[got 1280x800 pixels default without xorg edit], 3d proprietary will probably work hda-intel ethernet works out of the box intel 4965 works with iwlwifi untested-but is recognized by kernel untested-battery status can be detected and customization options exist no modem Syntek Sonic webcam and Ricoh Cardreader work out of the box(might need to allow user mount privileges just as you would for other ext. drives) Highly compatible with Arch Linux