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=== Video ===
 
=== Video ===
  
Intel stable drivers ([http://aur.archlinux.org/packages.php?ID=28184 xf86-video-intel-stable]) from AUR will give you 250-290 FPS on glxgears. ==> Seems not to work anymore...  
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Install xf86-video-intel or xf86-video-intel-newest. Make sure to configure [[Intel#KMS_.28Kernel_Mode_Setting.29|KMS]] correctly.
 
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xf86-video-intel works, but gives only 60 FPS and isn't stable at all.
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Any Ideas?
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=== Audio ===
 
=== Audio ===

Revision as of 20:01, 6 February 2010

Hardware

Video

Install xf86-video-intel or xf86-video-intel-newest. Make sure to configure KMS correctly.

Audio

Typical Intel HD Audio. Just follow ALSA.

Make sure you have the latest version of alsa-utils, alsa-lib and alsa-firmware.

Touchpad

Works out of the box. (Guess it's because of HAL)

Network

Swapping eth0/eth1 can confuse Wicd, assigning static names helps.

Broadcom (Wireless) Driver

$ lspci -vnn | grep Broadcom
08:00.0 Network controller [0280]: Broadcom Corporation BCM4312 802.11b/g [14e4:4315] (rev 01)

Using broadcom-wifi-builder or broadcom-wl from AUR will do the trick.

It may be necessary to load the driver manually: Template:File


14e4:4315 is now supported by b43 (kernel26 > 2.6.32). So, you can use it instead of the wl driver

Bluetooth

See: Bluetooth

ACPI

Suspend on Lid

This here works quite fine: Suspend to RAM#Automatic Suspend, the Hard Way

It might be necessary to use "/etc/acpi/events/lm_lid" instead of "/etc/acpi/events/lid". (laptop-mode?)

Just change the "LID" to it's actual value. For me it was C1D0.

Template:File

Power Button

http://wiki.archlinux.org/index.php/Shutting_system_down_by_pressing_the_power_button

Hotkeys

Display toggle

http://wiki.archlinux.org/index.php/ACPI_hotkeys

# acpi_listen
(Press fn+f2)
video C088 00000080 00000000

So we have to edit

/etc/acpi/handler.sh

like this Template:File

Mute, browser button, volume down, etc...

http://wiki.archlinux.org/index.php/Extra_Keyboard_Keys