Difference between revisions of "Lenovo ThinkPad SL510"

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In general it was easy to install Arch Linux on the Lenovo ThinkPad SL510.
 
In general it was easy to install Arch Linux on the Lenovo ThinkPad SL510.
  
 
==Used Model==
 
==Used Model==
I don't know if it depends on the model, but I feel obliged to say that this article is tested with a [http://campuspoint.de/shop/notebooks/hrst/lenovo/sl-serie/nsl7mge.html  NSL7MGE (2847-7MG)].
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I do not know if it depends on the model, but I feel obliged to say that this article is tested with a [http://campuspoint.de/shop/notebooks/hrst/lenovo/sl-serie/nsl7mge.html  NSL7MGE (2847-7MG)].
  
 
==This works automatically==
 
==This works automatically==
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*ThinkVantage-Button
 
*ThinkVantage-Button
*Mute-Button (even with the following fixes you cannot control the line-out signal, but this is going to be fixed in a new alsa-release):
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*Mute-Button (see [[ThinkPad: Mute button]])
# workaround:
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rmmod thinkpad_acpi; modprobe thinkpad_acpi enable=0  # Everything works fine, except muting the line-out-port too. <br>
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# See also this bug-report: https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/linux/+bug/595896 (there is a patched thinkpad_acpi at post #74)
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Revision as of 13:04, 23 April 2012

In general it was easy to install Arch Linux on the Lenovo ThinkPad SL510.

Used Model

I do not know if it depends on the model, but I feel obliged to say that this article is tested with a NSL7MGE (2847-7MG).

This works automatically

  • Hard drive
  • Keyboard
  • Touchpad (without scrolling!)
  • Trackpoint
  • Screen(-resolution)
  • Elan
  • Wlan
  • Sound
  • Webcam

This doesn't work yet