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Hardware PCI/USB ID Working?
Touchpad Yes
Keyboard 1770:ff00 Yes
GPU (Intel) 8086:3e9b Yes
GPU (nvidia) 10de:1f91 Yes
Webcam 5985:211b Yes
Ethernet 10ec:2502 Yes
Bluetooth 8087:0aaa Untested
SD-card reader 0bda:0129 Yes
Audio 8086:a348 Yes
Wireless 8086:a323 Yes
TPM Untested

SD-Card Reader

Requires udisks2 to function.

Power buttons

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Notes: This section duplicate the explanation of how to capture keys. They seem to have been copied and pasted blindly from Dell Latitude 3500#Power buttons since it is cited as a reference in Help:Laptop page guidelines. (Discuss in Talk:MSI GL73 8SC)

This device has two detected power buttons and one sleep button.

$ loginctl seat-status
│ input:input3 "Power Button"
│ input:input8 "Video Bus"
│ input:input9 "Video Bus"
│ input:input0 "Lid Switch"
│ input:input2 "Power Button"
│ input:input1 "Sleep Button"

In this case, LNXPWRBN:00 (/dev/input/event3) is the "real", physical power button. You can verify this by inhibiting the handling of the power button

# systemd-inhibit --what=handle-power-key sleep 1h

and recording the events:

# stdbuf -o0 evemu-record /dev/input/event3 > event3

Pressing the power button should log an event.

The other detected power button has not shown any activity during testing.

See logind.conf(5) for more information on handling specific keys.

Function keys

Key Visible?1 Marked?2 Effect
Fn+F2 Yes Yes Inputs Super+p
Fn+F3 Yes Yes XF86TouchpadToggle
Fn+F4 No Yes User Defined 120
Fn+F5 No Yes Switches to ECO Power saving mode4
Fn+F6 Yes Yes XF86WebCam
Fn+F7 No Yes Switches between Turbo/Sport/Comfort/ECO Modes4
Fn+F10 No Yes Turn Airplane Mode on or off4
Fn+F12 Yes Yes XF86Sleep3
Fn+ArrowUp Yes Yes XF86MonBrightnessDown
Fn+ArrowDown Yes Yes XF86MonBrightnessUp
Fn+ArrowLeft Yes Yes XF86AudioLowerVolume
Fn+ArrowRight Yes Yes XF86AudioRaiseVolume
Fn+NumPad0 No Yes XF86AudioMute
Fn+NumPad+ Yes Yes Decreases keyboard backlight brightness
Fn+NumPad- Yes Yes Increases keyboard backlight brightness
  1. The key is visible to xev and similar tools
  2. The physical key has a symbol on it, which describes its function
  3. systemd-logind handles this by default
  4. This key is not working

See also