Models covered: Lenovo IdeaPad Yoga 13
Sub-models options :
|CPU||Intel i3, i5, i7|
|SSD||128 GB, 256 GB|
|Boot Standard Kernel||OK|
|CPU Frequency Scaling||not tested|
|Sleep / Suspend||OK|
|Switch to External Screen||OK|
|Keyboard's Hotkeys||not all|
|Touch screen||works, but multitouch is a problem|
Works out of the box. Intel HD 4000
Control of brightness only works after suspend. After wake up, you can control brightness via f11 (less bright) and f12 (more bright). However, it is not brightness problem, but keyboard buttons' problem. To control brightness while loaded from scratch, you can do the following command:
# cat 4882 > /sys/class/backlight/intel_backlight/brightness
This will change brightness value to 4882. It is maximum brightness level. You can choose some other value, of course.
One touch works out of the box. But it works like a mouse.
In addition to the keyboard, there are some extra Lenovo keys:
- Volume + and - work as intended
- Recovery button has no effect while computer is running
- Screen rotation lock button simulates pressing Super + o
- Windows button under the screen simulates pressing Super. Also gives haptic feedback, currently not controllable by software.
Most media buttons work out of the box:
- Mute on F1 works
- Vol- on F2 works
- Vol+ on F3 works
- Close on F4 works
- Refresh on F5 works
- Disable touchpad on F6 works, but also types the ± symbol
- Airplane mode on F7 does not work
- Choose application on F8 simulates pressing ctrl+alt+tab. The keys are pressed and instantly released, which (depending on your DE) may not have the intended effect.
- Disable display on F9 works
- Change video output on F10 simulates pressing ctrl+p
- Brightness- on F11 works
- Brightness+ on F12 works