Difference between revisions of "Toshiba Qosimo X505-Q830"

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HDMI output: if it plugged in at boot time, the default monitor will be the *external* monitor (for the console).
 
HDMI output: if it plugged in at boot time, the default monitor will be the *external* monitor (for the console).
 
Use nvidia-settings to enable/disable external monitor.
 
Use nvidia-settings to enable/disable external monitor.
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Have tested Blu-Ray playback, with VDPAU(?)-enabled media player, works fine.
  
 
===Networking===
 
===Networking===
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Works out of the box.
 
Works out of the box.
 
====Wireless====
 
====Wireless====
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[[Category:Toshiba (English)]]
 
Requires additional drivers:
 
Requires additional drivers:
 
[https://aur.archlinux.org/packages.php?ID=34281 rtl8192se] (or [https://aur.archlinux.org/packages.php?ID=47330 dkms-rtl8192se])
 
[https://aur.archlinux.org/packages.php?ID=34281 rtl8192se] (or [https://aur.archlinux.org/packages.php?ID=47330 dkms-rtl8192se])
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Some function keys work:
 
Some function keys work:
  
F3- Sleep (save in memory)
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*F3- Sleep (save in memory)
F6- Brightness down
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*F6- Brightness down
F7- Brightness up
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*F7- Brightness up
F9- Toggle touchpad on/off
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*F9- Toggle touchpad on/off
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===Webcam===
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Works out of the box, tested in [[KDE]] and with [[Skype]].
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===USB===
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Works out of the box.
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Note: When booting from USB, the drives change during boot. When prompted that the boot drive can not be found, remove and re-insert the USB stick.

Revision as of 09:24, 31 March 2011

Video

Nvidia

HDMI output: if it plugged in at boot time, the default monitor will be the *external* monitor (for the console). Use nvidia-settings to enable/disable external monitor.

Have tested Blu-Ray playback, with VDPAU(?)-enabled media player, works fine.

Networking

Wired

Works out of the box.

Wireless

Requires additional drivers: rtl8192se (or dkms-rtl8192se)

Audio

To get the internal mic working, somewhere under /modprobe.d:

options snd-hda-intel model=dell-vostro

Touchpad

Works, does not require additional drivers/software.

Function keys

Some function keys work:

  • F3- Sleep (save in memory)
  • F6- Brightness down
  • F7- Brightness up
  • F9- Toggle touchpad on/off

Webcam

Works out of the box, tested in KDE and with Skype.

USB

Works out of the box.

Note: When booting from USB, the drives change during boot. When prompted that the boot drive can not be found, remove and re-insert the USB stick.