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Model version Date Video Sound Ethernet Wireless Bluetooth Power management Modem Other Remarks
Clevo N130BU 2017.09 Intel HD Graphics 620: OK PuseAudio OK Yes Yes Yes Not tested Not tested Fn keys not working out of the box : volume, brightness

Touchpad works with libinput but awkard default config ("Tapping" disabled)

Highly compatible linux machine but many small annoyances as some functionalities are not working out of the box.
Clevo M350 Noodle Yes AC'97 with ALSA Yes N/A N/A Suspend-to-RAM: Yes
Suspend-to-disk: No
Yes, with slmodem IEEE-1394 not tested Front panel keys does not work
Clevo W150HRM 2011.08.19 Intel 950GMA and Nvidia Optimus (Bumblebee works) Intel HDA (OK) Yes Yes Not tested -- -- -- --
Clevo W110ER (April 2013) 2013.04.01 Intel HD Graphics 4000 (i915) and Nvidia GeForce GT 650M with Optimus (nvidia).

HDMI out works.

Bumblebee (3.1-6 and later) works with primus.

bbswitch (bbswitch-dkms-gitAUR from the AUR, Dec 2013) works. The GT 650M powers down despite ACPI saying otherwise in dmesg.

nvidia binary driver works only sporadically with the default kernel ("GPU has fallen off the bus" in dmesg since linux 3.10). However, nvidia 331.20 does load and work properly with linux-ckAUR kernel (linux-ck-ivybridge 3.12.5-1 from Unofficial user repositories/Repo-ck) if boot parameter rcutree.rcu_idle_gp_delay=2 is given. See [1].

ALSA (snd_hda_intel) with PulseAudio

Integrated microphone works.

HDMI audio out works.

Analog headphone out works if the "Independent HP" switch in alsamixer is set to Off.

External microphone jack not tested.

Realtek 8168 (r8169) works. Intel Centrino Advanced-N 6235 (iwlwifi), unreliable on some 802.11n networks. A workaround is to disable 802.11n with module parameter 11n_disable=1. Intel Centrino Advanced-N 6235, works after an initial sudo hciconfig hci0 up which persists after reboot. Suspend to disk and RAM works (see note on card reader). N/A Web cam works (uvcvideo).

All Fn-keys work.

Screen brightness control works.

Touchpad works with multitouch support.

USB 3.0 not tested.

Card reader Realtek 5289 works (rtsx_pci).

Battery reports percentage of charge, not the time left, which is a BIOS/ACPI limitation.

A highly Linux-friendly machine. Tested only in BIOS mode, not in UEFI.


Model version Date Video Sound Ethernet Wireless Bluetooth Power management Modem Other Remarks
Gigabyte Aero 14k 2018.01 Intel integrated graphics: ok
Nvidia GTX 1050 Ti: ok
switching with optimus bumblebee
Intel HD Audio with ALSA, Jack and PulseAudio yes, with the included USB dongle yes yes Suspend-to-RAM and hibernation both work fine -- HDMI: ok

SD Card: ok
Thunderbolt: not tested
Macro keys: yes, but one has to define the mapping using the windows application

One needs to reset the BIOS to Windows 7 settings in order to be able to boot the ArchISO


Model version Date Video Sound Ethernet Wireless Bluetooth Power management Modem Other Remarks
Gateway MX6961 2007.05 intel_agp, intelfb, i915, xf86-video-intel. Use 915resolution to get 1280x800 Intel HD Audio with ALSA Yes, using the sky2 module Yes, ipw3945 Yes Suspend-to-RAM works fine; hibernate untested Untested SD card: module tifm_core. Fn keys for brightness and volume unsupported


Model version Date Video Sound Ethernet Wireless Bluetooth Power management Modem Other Remarks
Panasonic Toughbook (CF-Y2EWAZZBM) 2008.06 Intel 855GM (rev 02) - works perfectly at 1400x1050 with xf86-video-intel package and 'intel' xorg driver Intel ICH4 AC'97 (rev 03) - works perfectly with default ALSA Realtek RTL-8139 (rev 10) - works perfectly with default Linux 2.6 kernel Intel 2915ABG (rev 05) - works perfectly with default Linux wireless drivers NA Suspend to
RAM: Yes, via /sys/power/state
Suspend to Disk: Yes, tuxonice
Battery: Yes
Dimming of display: Yes (with pcc module)
Frequency scaling of CPU: Yes
Not recognized by Linux CardBus slot: not tried
SD card slot: not tried
Use "vbetool post" after resume from Suspend to RAM to fix dark screen problem.
Panasonic Toughbook (CF-27EB6GCAM) 2010.05 Neomagic NM2200 [MagicGraph 256AV] (Rev 20) - max resolution of 800x600 with xf86-video-neomagic package and 'neomagic' xorg driver Yamaha YMF-744B [DS-1S] (Rev 03) - works with default ALSA. Bootup messages say BUSY and then FAIL when loading modules. However, sound files play just fine using aplay. None provided. Cardbus used...
Dynex DX-E201, Realtek RTL-8139 (8139too).
None provided. Cardbuses used...
AirLink 101 AWLC5025 MIMO XR - worked with rt2x00 drivers (rt61pci)
Belkin Wireless G+ F5D7011 v2000 - works with b43 driver and b43-fwcutter install method.
NA Not tested Present but disabled in BIOS TouchPad seen as standard PS/2 mouse, not Synaptics apparently.
BIOS says touchscreen is enabled but unsure of what drivers would work.
OSD and some Fn buttons work - brightness, volume control, battery check.
Pentium II, 300MHz, 320MB RAM, 30GB drive, DVD-ROM, USB 1.0 (untested)

Packard Bell

Model version Date Video Sound Ethernet Wireless Bluetooth Power management Modem Other Remarks
dot se (N450, DDR2, BIOS 3.16, probably OEM AOD255) 2018.08 Intel, use xf86-video-intel Intel, ALSA + PulseAudio Qualcomm Atheros AR8152, not tested, visible Intel Centrino Wireless-N 1000, works N/A Suspend-to-RAM/Hibernate works N/A For advanced touchpad functionality install xf86-input-synaptics and create /etc/X11/xorg.conf.d/70-synaptics.conf (see Touchpad Synaptics) Fn keys work. SD card reader works. Webcam works.


Model version Date Video Sound Ethernet Wireless Bluetooth Power management Modem Other Remarks
Librem 15v4 2019.06 Intel HD Graphics 620 (i915) ALSA + PulseAudio N/A Atheros 802.11n w/ Two Antenna Works Suspend-to-RAM/Hibernate works N/A Hardware kill switches work; 2-in-1 SD/MMC works; Fn keys work; HDMI not tested Information taken from Everything works on open source drivers available with the kernel. Librem 13v4 has identical specs to those listed here and should also work without issue.