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For 3D graphics, the [[ATI#ATI_Catalyst_proprietary_driver|ATI Catalyst proprietary driver]] works.
 
For 3D graphics, the [[ATI#ATI_Catalyst_proprietary_driver|ATI Catalyst proprietary driver]] works.
 
''Please note that I have not tried the open source driver, so it might work''.
 
''Please note that I have not tried the open source driver, so it might work''.
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You can find my xorg.conf file here: [http://www.unet.univie.ac.at/~a0201073/xorg.conf] with 3D, [[synaptics]] touchpad support, etc.
  
 
=Fingerprint, card slots, etc.=
 
=Fingerprint, card slots, etc.=

Revision as of 18:17, 15 December 2008

This article describes specific steps to configure hardware on the notebook model HP Compaq NX6325.

Wireless

The Broadcom BCM4312 driver is available in AUR and works perfectly. I recommend using Wicd to configure wireless networking.

Power management

Cpufreq, acpi and pm-utils work on this notebook. Please refer to the respective wiki articles on how to configure them:

Audio & Video

Sound works fine, just follow the ALSA how-to.

For 3D graphics, the ATI Catalyst proprietary driver works. Please note that I have not tried the open source driver, so it might work.

Xorg.conf

You can find my xorg.conf file here: [1] with 3D, synaptics touchpad support, etc.

Fingerprint, card slots, etc.

As it is the case with other Linux distributions, the fingerprint reader and the card reader are currently not supported.