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Hardware PCI/USB ID Working?
Touchpad Yes
Touchscreen Yes
Keyboard Yes
Video Yes
Webcam Yes
Ethernet Yes
Card Reader Yes
Audio Yes
Wireless Yes

Function keys

Suspend-, Brightness- and Audiokeys work. Others may need special configuration.

Suspendkey was executing the suspend from KDE and from the acpi Interface. Disabling the KDE event made the Suspend work.

Power management


Touchscreen is not working afterwards.

It will work after you reload hid_multitouch kernel module:

# rmmod hid_multitouch
# modprobe hid_multitouch

As a workaround, you can add the following line to the file '/etc/pm/config.d/modules':


This way the kernel module will be explicitly unloaded before suspend.

If you are using twofing you also need to restart it:

$ killall twofing
$ twofing --wait

This instruction may be useful for solving this problem


Not Working.


With some Eee PC's, the brightness setting are either too low, or are sometimes a little inconstant or arbitrary (cycling high/low/completely off). If you have issues with this, issue this command to fix it and optionally regenerate your bootloader configuration:

# setpci -s 00:02.0 f4.b=80

The 80 represents the highest brightness level in hexadecimal, which can be replaced with up to FF if desired. 80 is about half, being approximately the same brightness range as Windows or GRUB.

This is not permanent, so it must be autostarted at boot.

See also