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Hardware Compatibility List (HCL)
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Model Version

Model Version: Arch Linux
Install CD Version:
Harware Support: Remark:
Video: Sound: Ethernet: Wireless: Bluetooth: Power
Modem: Other:
R65-Pro T5500 Boteez 2008.06 overlord Geforce 7600 Go hda-intel BCM4401B0 100BaseTX Intel 3945ABG NA Suspend to
Disk: NA
Battery: No
Dimming of display: Yes
Frequency scaling of CPU: Yes
Q45 T5750 2009.02 Intel GMA X3100 hda-intel Marvel 88E8039 (sky2) Intel 3945ABG (iwl-3945) NA Suspend to
Disk: OK
Dimming of display: Yes (with some tricks)
Frequency scaling of CPU: Yes
NA 3G+ modem Option GTM378 (hso)
Webcam (uvcvideo)
NC110 2011.08.19 3D with xf86-video-intel 2.19, native resolution with xorg-server 1.12 (1024x600), external screens work fine Intel HD audio with ALSA Yes Yes; rfkill soft block also works (with samsung-laptop module from linux 3.4.5) Recognised; not tested Suspend to
Disk: Not tested
Dimming of display: Yes (with acpi_backlight=vendor and linux 3.4.5)
Frequency scaling of CPU: Yes
N/A Webcam works, card reader works, two-fingered scrolling works (with linux 3.4.5), only half of function buttons work out of box (samsung-toolsAUR needed for rest) N/A