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== Wireless ==
== Wireless ==
Wireless should work out of the box. See [[
Wireless should work out of the box. See [[#Setup_and_Boot wireless setup]] for additional information on wireless networking.
== Sound ==
== Sound ==
Revision as of 15:04, 15 February 2014
The Zepto Znote 6214W is a nice laptop, or rather a really small and light desktop replacement. It is build upon the Intel NAPA platform with i945PM Chipset, Core Duo CPU and ipw3945 wireless. Remember to update the BIOS on [ftp.zepto.dk/Firmware/Bios/6214W|ftp.zepto.dk/Firmware/Bios/6214W].
What does work?
- 3D Acceleration using the latest nvidia driver.
- Wireless using ipw3945.
- Wired network using r1000 (included in arch stock kernel).
- Suspend to swap. though it was really slow to suspend.
20/2-07:Texas Instrument card reader works, some drivers are loaded but to make the card reader working just add tifm_sd in the module section from rc.conf.
20/2-07:TV output is fine with nvidia driver and an appropriate xorg.conf, either dual screen or twinview mode.
These worked for me nearly ootb
Frequency-Scaling with acpi-cpufreq Tv-Out Bluetooth
Installation is straigt forward. You might have to select IDE-Legacy in the first GRUB menu, otherwise you might get a kernel panic. Drivers for the wired and wireless network cards are included.
Kernel boot options
Boot the kernel with
noapic because the BIOS is a little buggy. This prevents random freezes when watching DVD's, gaming etc.
My MODULES looks like this:
MODULES=(!ata_piix ahci !hw_random r1000 ipw3945)
This makes sure eth1 is wired network and eth2 is wireless. The hw_random module seems to fail on this laptop so I blacklist it.
Graphic card and Xorg
This laptop has a GeForce Go 7600 graphic card and works only with the proprietary nvidia driver (or vesa). Native resolution is only possible with the nvidia driver.
The monitor runs at 1280x768 60Hz, so remember to add "1280x768" to Modes
Wireless should work out of the box. See Wireless network configuration#Setup_and_Boot wireless setup for additional information on wireless networking.
The sound will work out of the box, make sure you haveand packages installed, and add yourself to audio group.
As of kernel 2.6.26 you might not be able to adjust the PCM volume, as there is no slider. You can workaround this with setting the following in your /etc/modprobe.d/sound
options snd-hda-intel model=lenovo enable=1 index=0 alias snd-card-0 snd-hda-intel alias sound-slot-0 snd-hda-intel
To get volume hotkeys to work create ~/.Xmodmap with:
keycode 160 = XF86AudioMute keycode 174 = XF86AudioLowerVolume keycode 176 = XF86AudioRaiseVolume
(If you use openbox do not forget to map the XF86xxxxxx keys in rc.xml)
- This report has been listed in the Linux Laptop and Notebook Installation Survey: Zepto.