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Works with no known issues.
 
Works with no known issues.
 
    
 
    
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An easy way is to use "suspend to swap" by appending   
 
An easy way is to use "suspend to swap" by appending   
 
  resume=/dev/sd''x''  
 
  resume=/dev/sd''x''  
to the kernel line in {{Filename|/boot/grub/menu.lst}}
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to the kernel line in {{ic|/boot/grub/menu.lst}}
  
[http://wiki.archlinux.org/index.php/Sleepmode Sleepmode ]
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[https://wiki.archlinux.org/index.php/Sleepmode Sleepmode ]
  
 
====Laptop Mode Tools====  
 
====Laptop Mode Tools====  
 
Works flawlessly.  See [[Laptop Mode Tools]].  
 
Works flawlessly.  See [[Laptop Mode Tools]].  
 
   
 
   
====CPU Frequency Scaling====  
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====CPU frequency scaling====  
Works as described in [[CPU Frequency Scaling]] with acpi-cpufreq as of 2.6.27-ARCH.
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Works as described in [[CPU Frequency Scaling]].
  
 
===Hotkeys===     
 
===Hotkeys===     
They work better after loading the thinkpad-acpi module, to assign the generated keycodes to their supposed functions.   
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They work better after loading the thinkpad_acpi module, to assign the generated keycodes to their supposed functions.   
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As of December 2007, they do not work properly, since HAL is under heavy development.
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====tpb====  
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====tpb====
tpb (for '''T'''hink'''p'''ad '''B'''uttons) is available through pacman:
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Install {{AUR|tpb}}, available in the [[Arch User Repository]].
pacman -S tpb
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tpb adds an on-screen volume bar for the volume buttons, '''THINKPAD''' button assignment, on-screen messages for '''Thinklight''', (on and off) and more.
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tpb (for '''T'''hink'''p'''ad '''B'''uttons) adds an on-screen volume bar for the volume buttons, '''THINKPAD''' button assignment, on-screen messages for '''Thinklight''', (on and off) and more.
  
====NumLk====
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====NumLock====
 
If not already working, this key may be configured by adding:  
 
If not already working, this key may be configured by adding:  
 
   
 
   
 
  keycode 77 = Num_Lock  
 
  keycode 77 = Num_Lock  
  
to {{Filename|~/.xmodmap}}.
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to {{ic|~/.xmodmap}}.
  
 
===Xorg===     
 
===Xorg===     
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Please note, if you have an SXGA+, the graphics card will not support a higher depth than 16 bit.
 
Please note, if you have an SXGA+, the graphics card will not support a higher depth than 16 bit.
  
==Other Resources==   
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==See also==   
[http://www.thinkwiki.org/wiki/Category:T23 Thinkwiki]
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* [http://www.thinkwiki.org/wiki/Category:T23 Thinkwiki]

Revision as of 00:56, 6 December 2012

Works with no known issues.

Configuration

Power Management

Suspend and Hibernate

Works flawlessly. See Suspend to Disk. Also known to work with Pm-utils.

Sleepmode

An easy way is to use "suspend to swap" by appending

resume=/dev/sdx 

to the kernel line in /boot/grub/menu.lst

Sleepmode

Laptop Mode Tools

Works flawlessly. See Laptop Mode Tools.

CPU frequency scaling

Works as described in CPU Frequency Scaling.

Hotkeys

They work better after loading the thinkpad_acpi module, to assign the generated keycodes to their supposed functions.

tpb

Install tpbAUR, available in the Arch User Repository.

tpb (for Thinkpad Buttons) adds an on-screen volume bar for the volume buttons, THINKPAD button assignment, on-screen messages for Thinklight, (on and off) and more.

NumLock

If not already working, this key may be configured by adding:

keycode 77 = Num_Lock 

to ~/.xmodmap.

Xorg

Works fine with driver xf86-video-savage. Eye-candy like compositing will not work with this card.

Please note, if you have an SXGA+, the graphics card will not support a higher depth than 16 bit.

See also