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| Vaio VGN-NR320FH || 2008-06 (right now with Kernel 2.6.27) || Intel GMA965/X3100 (xf86-video-intel driver) || Intel audio with Alsa || dunno but works out of the box || Atheros AR5006EG/AR242x (madwifi 0.9.4.3844-2) || No || acpi_cpufreq, sony-laptop || Untested || Memory Stick might work || Fn Keys with sony-laptop and sonypid. Using vga option in kernel line in grub might give problems with resolution. Pretty cool Laptop, everything works out of the box except FN keys for which I needed to do some research.  ||
 
| Vaio VGN-NR320FH || 2008-06 (right now with Kernel 2.6.27) || Intel GMA965/X3100 (xf86-video-intel driver) || Intel audio with Alsa || dunno but works out of the box || Atheros AR5006EG/AR242x (madwifi 0.9.4.3844-2) || No || acpi_cpufreq, sony-laptop || Untested || Memory Stick might work || Fn Keys with sony-laptop and sonypid. Using vga option in kernel line in grub might give problems with resolution. Pretty cool Laptop, everything works out of the box except FN keys for which I needed to do some research.  ||
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| Vaio VGN-N130G || 2010  (right now with Kernel 2.6.34) || xf86-video-intel driver || Intel audio with Alsa || dunno but works out of the box || ipw3945 || No || haven't tried it || Untested || Memory Stick might work || The only problem I have had is with the Wifi randomly cutting out (netcfg -r to reconnect).  I think this is a problem with MY laptop, rather than this model in general.  ||
 
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Revision as of 02:45, 5 August 2010

Hardware Compatibility List - Laptops main page
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Model Version: Arch Linux
Install CD Version:
Harware Support: Remark:
Video: Sound: Ethernet: Wireless: Bluetooth: Power
Management:
Modem: Other:
Vaio VGN-S5M Any 3D with nvidia driver Intel audio with alsa Yes Yes, ipw2200bg Suspend-to-ram with suspend2 Untested MemoryStick reader doesn't work Everything else (Fn Keys, DVDRW drive, Firewire...) works without a hitch
Vaio VGN-C2Z Any 3D with nvidia driver Intel audio with alsa Yes Yes, ipw3945 Modules look fine but due to lack of a bluetooth client not tested Suspend-to-ram with vanilla & ck Untested MemoryStick reader not tested Everything else (Fn Keys, DVDRW drive, Firewire...) works without a hitch
Vaio VGN-FS742/W Kernel 2.6.23.12-3 i810 Intel audio with Alsa e100 ipw2200 No acpi_cpufreq, sonyacpi Untested Memory Stick might work Fn Keys with FSFN
Vaio VGN-NR320FH 2008-06 (right now with Kernel 2.6.27) Intel GMA965/X3100 (xf86-video-intel driver) Intel audio with Alsa dunno but works out of the box Atheros AR5006EG/AR242x (madwifi 0.9.4.3844-2) No acpi_cpufreq, sony-laptop Untested Memory Stick might work Fn Keys with sony-laptop and sonypid. Using vga option in kernel line in grub might give problems with resolution. Pretty cool Laptop, everything works out of the box except FN keys for which I needed to do some research.
Vaio VGN-N130G 2010 (right now with Kernel 2.6.34) xf86-video-intel driver Intel audio with Alsa dunno but works out of the box ipw3945 No haven't tried it Untested Memory Stick might work The only problem I have had is with the Wifi randomly cutting out (netcfg -r to reconnect). I think this is a problem with MY laptop, rather than this model in general.